Jason Jackson, a 37-year-old native of Zebulon, who is currently on parole, was addicted to heroin for 10 years until March 14, when he enrolled into a methadone program at Southlight Healthcare, a drug treatment program that also started a syringe exchange program in late November. He says the needle exchange program changed his life. He is pictured here in his west Raleigh apartment Monday, May 15.
Jason Jackson, a 37-year-old native of Zebulon, who is currently on parole, was addicted to heroin for 10 years until March 14, when he enrolled into a methadone program at Southlight Healthcare, a drug treatment program that also started a syringe exchange program in late November. He says the needle exchange program changed his life. He is pictured here in his west Raleigh apartment Monday, May 15. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Jason Jackson, a 37-year-old native of Zebulon, who is currently on parole, was addicted to heroin for 10 years until March 14, when he enrolled into a methadone program at Southlight Healthcare, a drug treatment program that also started a syringe exchange program in late November. He says the needle exchange program changed his life. He is pictured here in his west Raleigh apartment Monday, May 15. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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