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This website is for general educational and information purposes only.

If you have a medical issue, then contact a physician.

If you believe you are addicted, then seek professional help.

If you feel at risk for suicide or violent behavior, then call 911 immediately.

Information found on this site should never be considered medical advice, and it should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or illness.

This website is designed to provide peer support – not replace the relationships you have with health care providers. If you believe you have a health problem, then you should consult with your health care provider.

The function of this site is to provide helpful information and to facilitate an open public discussion among people suffering from addiction.

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