At Point of Return we believe in empowering the individual. Our approach to wellness includes the freedom from prescription pill dependence, but also involves all aspects of healthy living.

Rather than a painful cold-turkey withdrawal, we provide a slow titration method with unique nutraceuticals - all done in the comfort of your home.
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Our Approach

  • EDUCATE - We are experts on withdrawing from addictive medications; and instruct on proper titration rates; how to avoid interactions and naturally ease symptoms.

  • ASSIST - Our Knowledgeable and kind team guides you through the entire process. You are never alone. We have assisted people in 70 countries and can also help you.

  • INSPIRE - Our dedicated team has survived extreme challenges and we use our experience to inspire others. It is our struggles that set the agenda for change.

  • RECOVER - Our clients recover on many levels, not just from the addictive hold of pills. We help you learn how to protect your future.









We are committed to making global change, one person, one community, one country at a time.

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People We've Helped







Thank you, POR, for the great part you have played in my story of healing. I will remain forever grateful.

rachel m, canada, Prozac and Lamictal withdrawal"I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I would not have been able to achieve this freedom without the help of Point of Return (POR) and their supplementation. POR made the impossible, possible. ." - Miranda E., (Colorado) - Zoloft

Recent News

7 Drugs that can Kill your Child with a Single Pill

(by Mildred Gladdis) - Allison Muller understands the dangers of pills that find their way into a toddler's hands. As director of the Poison Control Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, she knows that one to two tablets of certain medications can be lethal to a toddler. So when her 1-year-old son had nearly swallowed a potentially dangerous pill, she said she "panicked".... More