October 24, 2014

Methadone Centers

Methadone Clinics in Georgia

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From Jackson to Atlanta, Methadone clinics in Georgia provide opiate dependent individuals with support, medical care and assistance in overcoming addiction to heroin or prescription painkillers such as Oxycontin, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone or similar drugs.

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More than 5% of Georgia residents report having abused prescription painkillers in the past twelve months for reasons other than medical purposes. The majority of those who abuse prescription opiates or heroin find that they become hopelessly addicted and need help to stop. Unfortunately, most of the people who suffer from drug addiction don’t receive proper treatment to overcome their condition and take back control of their lives.

Georgia, like other states in the South in particular, has seen a steady rise in the number of prescription drug abuse cases, heroin addiction cases and general drug abuse cases. In recent years, the epidemic known as the prescription drug epidemic has become a growing concern for residents in Georgia and in other areas of the country.

Methadone clinics in Georgia provide those who are opiate dependent with a safe alternative to trying to quit using opiates cold turkey. Instead of suffering fro opiate withdrawal symptoms that are often responsible for relapse, those who receive Methadone treatment are able to get back in control of their lives with little to no interruption. There are no withdrawal symptoms and there are no cravings which makes staying sober much easier.

At Methadone Centers, we believe in providing opiate dependent individuals and their families with the tools necessary to keep opiate addiction away. We make finding a methadone clinic in Georgia fast and simple. In addition to our easy to use, comprehensive directory of methadone clinics, you can also find helpful support at one of the following NA meetings taking place throughout the state:

 

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