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Why do we need an opioid treatment facility in this community? | Opioid Addiction Treatment Services

Drug addiction ignores every socio-economic variable and finds its way into all communities. Treating addiction is far less costly than ignoring addiction. Demographic data on patients indicates that the vast majority of patients in treatment have long associations with the community as a person struggling with their disease. It is far better to provide and encourage treatment of the addicted patient than to ignore the problem and live in the community with those untreated. If left untreated, drug use will certainly not go away, and it will impact the community through public health diseases like tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, and hepatitis. Additional community costs include unpaid emergency room visits, admission to medical and psychiatric facilities, criminal activities of active addicts supporting their addiction, and incarceration.

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Q: Are your treatment centers regulated?

Highly. Our programs are licensed by both state and federal authorities and are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Joint Commission, the same agency that accredits hospitals nationwide.

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Words From Our Patients:

During the past six months Methadone Maintenance Treatment has helped me out a lot. I have been able to accomplish a lot more and save a lot of money. The staff, especially my counselor, has been great about helping me deal with personal issues. This is a great treatment facility and I would not have […]

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