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Will the methadone you provide attract more drug users to our community? | Opioid Addiction Treatment Services

When methadone is prescribed in our treatment program, it is done so in an extensively controlled environment for only those persons who qualify for treatment. In most cases, it is taken orally on-site, and it is highly managed when on-site or off-site to guard against diversion, abuse, or misuse of the medication. Federal and state regulations require that we closely monitor and manage the distribution of methadone to our patients. We are subject to government inspection at any time.

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Q: What are opioids?

Opioids – which are also sometimes called Opiates – are a family of drugs that have morphine-like effects, with their primary medical application being pain relief. Doctors and dentists may prescribe opioids to people with acute or chronic pain resulting from disease, surgery, or injury. In addition, some opioids such as methadone and buprenorphine have […]

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I am very thankful I had the clinic to come to. If I had not had the clinic to come to, I would probably not be here today. I was taking thirty plus pills a day. I went to [my local hospital] and they told me if I didn’t do something I would be dead […]

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