Methadone clinics in Arkansas specialize in providing effective treatment for those who are addicted to heroin, Oxycontin, Vicodin or other prescription pain relievers.
Methadone Clinics in Arkansas
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Methadone Centers in cities of Arkansas
Palm Partners Treatment Center is one of America’s leading addiction treatment providers for drug alcohol detox treatment, drug rehab, alcohol rehabilitation and is staffed with highly trained addiction specialists. Palm Partners was founded in 1994 and was incorporated in Florida in the year 2003.Details ›
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Arkansas residents struggle with a number of different types of addiction and substance abuse including an increasingly growing number of cases of prescription drug addiction. Opiate addiction, including heroin and painkiller addictions pose serious threats to those who become tolerant to the drugs that are being used. Fortunately, many options exist in Arkansas to help those who are addicted to these drugs.
Nonmedical use of painkillers is on the rise in Arkansas; an estimated eight percent of residents have abused prescription painkillers for a nonmedical reason in the past year. Many people who abuse these drugs wind up addicted and in need of professional help when they try to quit.
At Methadone Centers, you can find the treatment and help that you need to get sober. Our directory of methadone clinics in Arkansas and the many resource links provided here can provide you with the foundation and support needed to kick start your recovery. The following links offer additional information and helpful details regarding NA meetings that are taking place throughout Arkansas. When combined with methadone maintenance treatment, NA meetings provide users with a solid foundation for lifelong recovery.
Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
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