Prescription opioids and heroin abuse has become so widespread that people who want to quit their substance abuse -but don’t think they have a way into a residential medical detox and rehab center- have turned to buying opioid receptor blockers like Suboxone on the black market. You would think that since these medicines functionally help reduce cravings, punishments for possession would be less severe than for opioids themselves. However, that’s not necessarily the case when it comes to Suboxone, Buprenorphine, and Naloxone. That being said and before you turn to further actions that can land you with jail time, contact Dehver Health at (813) 535-6880 to detox and rehabilitate from opioids the safe, healthy, and legal way.
Months in prison didn’t rid Daryl of his addiction to opioids. “Before I left the parking lot of the prison, I was shooting up, getting high,” he says.
Daryl has used heroin and prescription painkillers for more than a decade. Almost four years ago he became one of more than 200 people who tested positive for HIV in a historic outbreak in Scott County, Ind. After that diagnosis, he says, he went on a bender.
But about a year ago, Daryl had an experience that made him realize he might be able to stay away from heroin and opioids. For several days, he says, he couldn’t find drugs. He spent that time in withdrawal.
“It hurts all over. You puke, you get diarrhea,” Daryl says. Click Here to Continue Reading