“The Truth About Addiction & Recovery”
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University reports:
“The prevention and reduction of the risky use of addictive substances and the treatment of addiction, in practice, bear little resemblance to the significant body of evidence-based practices that have been developed and tested;* indeed only a small fraction of individuals receive interventions or treatment consistent with scientific knowledge about what works.”
Our mission is simple – we want to help people of all ages, from all places, achieve their fullest potential, by bringing into the world the best and newest tools to support detox, addiction, and lasting recovery.
My name is Reilly Johnson and I’m founder of The Opiate Freedom Center . I created this website to empower and give hope to those struggling with addiction. I know what it’s like to be addicted and I know how hard it is to recover. I also know how hard it is to see loved ones struggle. I’ve seen family in and out of jail and rehabs, even worse I’ve lost several dear friends to this. I understand first hand the pain addiction causes. I understand the constant struggle with yourself. In one way or another I’ve dealt with addiction for almost 10 years. But thankfully for you I’ve already learned the best ways to ease withdrawals and end addiction. And because of that…
“My goal is to provide you as much “tried and tested” information to help you beat addiction once and for all.” -Reilly Johnson, Founder
Most of us are asking the same questions. I first went searching for the answers to these questions:: [list type=”bullet”]
- What compels someone to finally quit after years of trying and failing?
- How can I quickly relieve opiate withdrawal pain and speed my recovery?
- Are rehabs and recovery programs effective? Do they even work? What works best?
- Who really has your best interests in mind? Is it Doctors, rehabs, friends, family? [/list]
Which is after nearly 10 years of experiences, studying, testing, talking to others I have finally been able to come up with answers to these ever-pressing questions. Which is why I created the Opiate Freedom Center. To bring you at-home solutions to opiate withdrawal and addiction.
At last, you have a friend you can trust. Someone who can help you help yourself. The Opiate Freedom Center is the place to learn and ask questions about withdrawal and addiction.
So browse the website and read the articles that might be able to help you. If you have questions, please ask us, we’d love to hear from you! You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I wish you the best and hope to speak with you soon!