Friday, September 13, 2013

The Madness of Methadone?



 By
Chris Newcomb, M.Div.

Opiate users have a hard time detoxing by themselves.  This is a known fact because the withdrawals are very tough to experience.  Many opiate users are now switching to Methadone as a means to get off of heroin or other opiates because of its supposed safety since it is professionally manufactured and not cut with dangerous chemicals by amateur chemists on the street.  

The truth is methadone is very addictive and very difficult to quit cold turkey.  The average person takes 7-10 days to detox off of most drugs.  Most people cave in and start using again between Day 3 and Day 5.   It’s that bad!  

However, there is help, hope, and healing available through The Coleman Institute! The link below is a patient testimony given by Ben about his recent detox with us and his new outlook on life.  Enjoy.  Please pass it one to anyone you know who might benefit from this positive story!  

At The Coleman Institute, we specialize in helping people get clean and stay clean.  If you or someone you love need to be detoxed off of Alcohol, Benzos, Opiates, Methadone, or Suboxone, please do not hesitate to call Jennifer Pius or Amy Stewart at 1-877-773-3869.  We’re here for you!

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