Street Methadone, Street Suboxone

Methadone and Suboxone are useful tools for an opiate addict. It alleviates withdrawal symptoms, decreases cravings, and blocks euphoria if someone takes an opiate on top of it. When methadone is sold or given to someone for whom it is not prescribed, it is dangerous. Methadone is a federally controlled substance that is highly regulated. If you know of someone who is selling their prescription of methadone, please contact a methadone authority. Your report could save a life.

Discussion Guidelines:

If someone asks to purchase your prescribed Methadone or Suboxone, what do you do?

If someone asks you if you want to purchase their prescribed medication, what do you do?

What are the risks of using Methadone or Suboxone, if it is not prescribed to you?

Do you know the signs of overdose, and do you know what action to take if someone is in overdose?

Have you been honest and trustworthy with your doctor and counselor?

Have you ever cheated a drug screen, withheld information about a relapse, or sold your prescription?

If so, how did it impact your recovery?

Supplemental Reading: 

Straight Talk: Street Methadone     PDF