Archive for November, 2009


Drug free heroin treatment programs needed

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

In this day and age, replacing heroin for methadone should be considered by all a pointless and irresponsible act. With drug-free heroin treatment programs available, which handle one’s drug addiction so they no longer feel necessary to use, it’s a shame we still need to hear stories such as the one out of The Chicago Tribune this weekend.  The Tribune reported that a woman from Adrian, Michigan, was given up to twenty years for a urine test scheme which involved her 4-year-old daughter being given synthetic heroin in a scheme to pass a drug test.

Heroin addiction is insideous. Addict after addict will tell horror stories of doing whatever necessary in order to get the next fix. Methadone is just as bad. Users become frantic and desperate finding whatever means they can to keep high and in this case a mother involved her innocent daughter by injecting her with methadone.

Do not underestimate the effects Heroin.  Addiction to this drug needs to be addressed before it is too late. Our program has the highest success rate in the nation over 70% as compare to the industry average of 15% and we do not replace heroin for methadone. Get the fact about this remarkable drug treatment program.  Our trained counselors are ready to answer your questions now (877) 340-3602.

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Drug Rehab in Demand as Heroin Use called Epidemic

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

Drug use is being called epidemic in Massachusetts in an article written by John R. Ellement as reported on November 6, 2009.  Heroin imperils the public health as Commission seeks help for addicts looking for effective drug rehab.

“Abuse of OxyContin and heroin in Massachusetts has reached epidemic levels and must be attacked with the same fervor now being directed toward controlling the H1N1 flu virus, a special state commission said yesterday.”

“We have a health crisis here,” said state Senator Steven Tolman, who chaired the commission. “None of them [addicts] want to be sick. You could have a son or a daughter who was brought up properly with all the morals and values, and, when they get hooked on the stuff, it doesn’t matter; it’s all out the window.”

With regular heroin use, tolerance develops in the body. This means the abuser must use more heroin to achieve the same intensity of effect. A true true drug abuse solution is needed more than ever.

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