The second section will be of particular value to those involved in the planning, organization, and administration of drug treatment services. Seivewright reviews the history of service delivery in the United Kingdom and describes the current system in detail. He then addresses the issues of treatment in primary care settings and the problems related to dual diagnosis. His rich clinical experience, thoughtful analysis, and abundant common sense make these chapters well worth reading. I would strongly suggest that anyone involved in the provision of drug treatment services obtain this book, especially those who work with patients using methadone. The book would also be interesting to those who work regularly with substance abusers and to anyone who is interested in methadone treatment.