I agree with Shawnie, treatment at this point is necessary. A good facility will be able to guide you through detox, and then help you address the issues that are underlying the problem. Your drug use is just a band-aid. Usually it's something traumatic that has happened the childhood or in the past that has never been dealt with, or forgiven. The suboxone and other drugs that are meant to wean you off the substance are only precursors to given you the ability to remove the physical dependence. If you are looking for a treatment program that takes a very personalized approach you can look at House of Recovery Remember that not all programs are created equal. You need to take the time, rather invest the time in yourself to get clean, and find out the things about yourself that will help you stay that way.View Thread
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