"LIFE AFTER THE CRISIS"
methadone maintenance comes to First Nation, big time! In Oromocto First Nation, New Brunswick, it was estimated six years ago that the "majority of residents in the small aboriginal community ... were addicted to drugs." Then, four years ago, the community "...opened the first on-reserve methadone clinic" and today nearly half the residents receive maintenance treatment. The news article concludes, "These days, Oromocto First Nation is a community in healing, trying to bolster itself and its inhabitants." Full story in Telegraph Journal 5 March click here.