Links & RESOURCES
The following are helpful links to additional information on Methadone treatment and statistical data.
American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence
Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
Hepatitis Information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Legal Action Center (LAC)
Methadone Maintenance Education Brochures
Methadone Maintenance Overview
National Advocates for Pregnant Women
National Alliance of Methadone Advocates (NAMA)
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Substance Abuse News and Resources
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I would like to take a moment to tell you a story that would probably sound very familiar about how I ended up here. My life like many others has always been hard, I grew up in a broken family, thought I knew everything, thought I could handle anything, thought that would never be me, I have it all together…Right?? With that being said, I am a addict…yes, I am a addict. It has been a long road to come to grips with that, but once I decided I had enough and I realized I couldn’t do it by myself, I looked and found help here at MTC! I was very reluctant at first, you know all the hype about these methadone programs, but I am a living testament that if you follow the rules and take your recovery seriously, this will work! Having a good relationship with my counselor, I took all the steps necessary to become the me I know I can be! This program saved my life! If you want long term recovery, this is where it’s at. It doesn’t matter where you go after you leave the program or who your counselor is in the program, if you’re ready and you take with you all the knowledge…you will succeed!
This place has not only saved my life, but my family’s lives. It brings families together.
In the time I have spent going to MTC I have strengthened my marriage and my relationship with my son and family. I think back to before I came and wonder how I lived through the trauma I put my body through with drugs. Now my favorite time of the week is seeing my counselor. I believe it is a big part of my recovery. I thank God for the second chance and a place where I could go for help and people understand my situation.
When you finally make the choice to chance, MTC is kind and respectful. They can help you accomplish your goals.
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