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Heroin addicts face high treatment costs, tough decisions

6:36 PM, Jun. 7, 2014
Henry Augustine of Appleton has been clean for sixth months, overcoming heroin addiction with an abstinence-based program after relapsing following stints in five treatment programs built around medication or behavioral therapy.
Henry Augustine of Appleton has been clean for sixth months, overcoming heroin addiction with an abstinence-based program after relapsing following stints in five treatment programs built around medication or behavioral therapy.
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Henry Augustine's journey to sobriety took him to the far corners of the country, but left him back where he started.

A month-long stay at an Oshkosh counseling center was followed quickly by a relapse. A six-month Arizona program ended after a month when he left and shot up with heroin. A medication-assisted program in California kept him clean for three months before another relapse.

Even totaling his car while overdosing on heroin and a prescription drug in 2012 didn't deter the 20-year-old Appleton man. ...

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