DRS is very proud to announce that our call center partner RNT CONSULTING LLC has got their accreditation from the state of Florida. See it here

 This certification confirms that our call center has met the standard ofthroughout the state of Florida regarding the services offered to our clients reaching our website.

One of the problems within the field of addiction is some "referral agencies" are, in fact, owned by treatment centers to fill their beds, which is by itself misleading visitors. This is widely covered on the Internet https://theintercept.com/2017/10/17/google-search-drug-use-opioid-epidemic/.

 DRS and RNT CONSULTING LLC are an independent website and call center not owned by any treatment. We are also trying to refer you to treatment that believes in good treatment practice, not rehabs that substitute an addiction with another dependency using medication. We believe that a drug-free life can be achieved. Medication can be used but only for detox purpose.

Our goal is to give you the possibility of attain a drug-free life.


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Treatment Centers Using Suboxone In Iowa

It is well known that mostly all the opiates available, whether they are legal or illegal will cause some form of a physical dependency, and the body will require larger amounts to prevent the user from going into a withdrawal. Opiate addiction can cause some very severe withdrawals, and users will have a difficult time getting over that hump as the pain can become too much to handle. Drug and alcohol detox or medical detox is one of the more effective ways in handling opiate addiction, and throughout the state of Iowa, there are some detox facilities and treatment programs available to help opiate addicts beat their addiction. Some of these detox facilities utilize the drug Suboxone to help treat opiate addiction, and some facilities can also provide detox services for Suboxone users who have been on the drug over long periods of time.

Did you know this about detox using suboxone?

Many consider Suboxone to be the “new kid on the block”. It has been around for some time, both in the United States (where it is slowly surpassing methadone as the treatment of choice) and throughout Europe.

Although Suboxone can be used in treatment of opiate addiction, the drug is still habit forming and does have some side effects, and is potentially dangerous when mixed with other drugs and alcohol. Suboxone treatment is not meant as a long term fix, but many former addicts rely on it to stay off of opiates and are afraid if they stop using Suboxone they will turn to opiates once again.