Methadone Anonymous is a support group dedicated to people struggling with methadone and other opiates addiction. This support group uses the 12-step approach to dealing with addiction. It is a newcomer on the addiction stage (when compared to Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, etc.) but now, more than ever is it needed. Methadone (and other opiates) have become a huge problem all across the United States, especially since it has been, and still is, used to treat people with other substance abuse problems, even though drugs like methadone can themselves be extremely addictive.
It offers meetings in the United States where addicts can help each through sharing of experience and support. Methadone Anonymous helps people who have become addicted to opiates through recreational use or prescribed use.
Their website not only helps people find meetings across the country, but they also provide essential information in order to understand the different facets of this addiction. First off, a lot of information is given about methadone, what it is and what it creates. It also addresses other drugs with are used to treat addiction.
But the main focus of Methadone Anonymous is to help get off and stay off these drugs. There are also success stories from people who are following the 12-step program with Methadone Anonymous. This website can educate, guide, help and support you in your time of need.