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The Opiate Reports
When the substance abuse act was signed into law almost 40 years ago. Opiates were put into the same category as all other abused substances. The treatment plan was then as it is now. Two weeks of detox, followed by 30 days of inpatient to treat underlying conditions and 60-90 days of out patient care/sober living homes. At that time private insurance did not cover treatment costs. Each state was responsible for their own treatment.
Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by drug industry and Congress
Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities — knowing that people were dying — and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA’s efforts to stop it.
This groundbreaking electronic device is designed to help users in the initial stage of kicking narcotics.
The BRIDGE is a newly invented ear device which aims to remove physical pain for opiate addicts during detox and withdrawal. It’s the first non-narcotic alternative, but this is not a long-term solution. It is a tool for addicts to get through the first five days of withdrawal. After that, many addicts will still have to struggle with the emotional compulsion to use, so this isn’t the magic bullet for long-term abstinence.
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Governor Mike Pence has sent a letter of thanks for our service to the State of Indiana and for partnering in combatting drug abuse. You can read the letter by clicking the link below. Thank you Governor Mike Pence for this letter!
This is a printable certificate that any parent, guardian, or anyone interested in helping someone can take a pledge to be free of addictions, destructive habits and peer pressure. Print this out before you have a conversation have everyone sign one. This can apply to drugs, alcohol, habits and peer pressure when you need to be held accountable.
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