Opioid addiction is a crippling condition that plagues people of all ages and walks of life. Since the addiction is so powerful, and withdrawal is so painful, quitting can seem near impossible for those addicted.
In 2017 alone, 47,600 people died from opioid addiction. This crisis must be stopped. One way to help addicts recover is through drug treatments. Below is a link to a video explaining drug treatments for opioid addictions.
Once an addict has decided to seek drug treatments, the next step is to choose what treatment. Three common options are methadone, vitriol, and suboxone. Below are infographics explaining these three options.Create your own user feedback survey
Different treatments are ideal for different addicts. This website is not meant to be a prescribing tool, but rather an informational one. If you or your loved one is considering drug recovery, please consult a doctor. Need more help? Contact the National Drug Hotline for more help, 1-888-633-3239