Get Help. Get Buprenorphine, Not Methadone.

In the first part of this series I described my experiences working in methadone-assisted treatment, including aspects of that industry that, in my opinion, warrant serious consideration. In the second part I described steps that potential patients can take that might help them avoid spending their entire lives attached to Read more…

Don’t Spend A Lifetime In Treatment

I described how seeking methadone-assisted treatment for OUD can lead to a lifetime dependency.  Informed patients can take steps to reduce that risk of life-defeating attachment.   Clinics could do the same, although doing so may harm the business model of some companies. People entering treatment, follow this advice so you Read more…