My husband and I have been in a relationship going on 10 years. He is an opiate addict. When we first met, I worked as hard as I could to help him kick the horse. He has never done well with NA or AA, as we are not religious and he can't get past the religious agenda. I know that works for some people and not talking bad about it, just doesn't work for him. He went through a 5 year period of going to a clinic and taking methadone treatment. He slowly decided to ween himself off the medication and had a some what clean living for about 2 years. He ended up joining a band and touring and that was the start of him getting back on pills, meth, heroine, anything he could get his hands on. When he got back he was more broken then ever. On top of his addictions he suffers from schitzo-effective disorder, has 3 fractures in his back, and a slew of other medical problems. He started slowly taking pills just to help with his terrible back pain that he got off the street as no doctor here in town will take him seriously about his pain because he's an addict. It ended up out of control and started back on heroine and meth from time to time. I finally said enough is enough and he's back in methadone treatment. I don't like that he has to go there, but there's nothing here that will help him other than that, and that we can afford. He is disabled and I am the only source of income. He is growing tired of going there because he sleeps most of the day from the methadone, eats terribly. We are trying to eat healthier. I think he wants to eventually get off the methadone, but I am afraid of him relapsing again. Is there anything that I can do to help him with juicing and things like that that have actually helped anyone? He has been an addict for 16 years. It breaks my heart seeing him like this and just want to help. Any feedback would be awesome. I will never understand how he feels or what he's going through, but I am hoping to find something that will help him for good. Thank you all for listening and any help.