Me and my wife have been addicted to pain killers for about a year and a half. We have tried a few times to quit on our own and have never been able to do it. I have scoured the internet looking for the right way to get help and haven't been able to find the answer I'm looking for. Is a methadone clinic the right way to quit? We have tried to quit cold turkey but the physical withdrawl symptoms are simply too much to handle when we each have to go to work among other responsibilities. We need professional help, but from where? If a methadone clinic is the right step we are willing to take it. We are more than willing to attend counseling or talk to a doctor but it seems like detoxification should be our first priority and we are lost on trying to find the proper solution. Can anyone help us?View Thread
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