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  • Profile photo of Emma HernandezEmma Hernandez

    my son has a big drug problem with methadone can you help me 3476530063 or 7187633161 thank you for your help.

    • Profile photo of Kim DavidKim David

      My brother does too. Can’t find a place for him to go because he’s paralyzed & needs more medical services than the normal addict. Methadone is poison. Yrs ago they opened Methadone Clinics to help Heroin Addicts get off of heroin but the closed the clinics because they found out that Methadone is deadly. It kills your liver. Good Luck.

  • Profile photo of Kristi RogersKristi Rogers

    My daughter was told by the judge to get into a rehab before she comes back to court and all the places she has called says she doesn’t qualify because shes been clean for like two months if she doesn’t get into one by the time she goes back to court she will have to go to prison, she is only 19 and im trying to avoid that happening if anyone can help please call me Kristi @ 405-999-2524

    • Profile photo of danielledanielle

      I just completed a 6 month DCC approved rehab. it is faith based. they accept a lot of people, it is called project new start in Newport ar. look them up

  • Profile photo of JayJay

    If I am in Drug Court in PA, and they mandate me to live in a recovery house even though I have a home that is safe and drug and alcohol free, does the county have to pay for the recovery house that cost me $175 a week?Thank you.

  • Profile photo of KimmieKimmie

    To the ones that choose drug court good luck with that. Hampton,Va. Drug court is no joke the length of the program is about 2yrs. They say less but you have to pass with flying colors to get out that fast.One must be sure they are ready to give up drug or alcohol or they will be right back in jail. Drug and alcohol test 3-4 times a week You have to sign a plea agreement of doing a prison or jail term if one fails program.

  • Profile photo of lawrencevtuckermdlawrencevtuckermd

    Prison is not a place for drug addicts anyway, the question shouldn’t even be asked : drug addicts need rehab, nothing else. It’s the only way they can forget about their addictions, at least if they strongly want it themselves… It’s probably the most personal decision one can make: quit.