Drug Addicted Pregnant Women In Columbus Get More State Aid

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A Columbus non-profit aims to double the number of drug addicted pregnant women it can help through a new state grant.(Photo: compdrug.org)
A Columbus non-profit aims to double the number of drug addicted pregnant women it can help through a new state grant.(Photo: compdrug.org)

A Columbus non-profit agency operates one of 4 programs in Ohio helping pregnant women addicted to drugs that will receive a share of more than $4 million in grant money. Dustin Mets is CEO of Comp Drug Incorporated that has been helping low-income drug addicted residents for 40 plus years.

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  • disqus_Rrj1iJCDh1

    The only drug they need is birth control.

    • Maradoll Mynx

      The only state aid they need is birth control. One who is not sober has no business carrying or attempting to guide other human beings, let alone babies. One who is not sober has no business being around babies whatsoever.