Methadone clinics in Oklahoma provide opiate dependent individuals with medication assisted treatment that reduces cravings and minimizes withdrawal symptoms for improved chances in recovery.
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Methadone Centers in cities of Oklahoma
An estimated 4% of Oklahoma residents recently reporting having used prescription painkillers such as Oxycontin or Oxycodone for nonmedical purposes in recent months. This recreational use of painkillers is the number one cause of opiate addiction in Oklahoma and throughout the United States. In addition to the epidemic caused by prescription drugs, Oklahoma is also battling a rise in the use of heroin and other illicit street drugs of concern.
Unfortunately, the majority of people who require treatment for opioid dependence never get the help they need. Whether it’s because they think that they cannot afford treatment or they don’t know where to turn for help, the sad truth is that many people die as a result of opiate addiction simply because they feel that they cannot get the help that they need.
Methadone Centers is here to help! We believe that opiate addiction treatment should not only be affordable but accessible too! With an estimated 3% of Oklahoma residents above the age of 18 years old in need of treatment and not receiving any type of help, the perceived need for easily accessible, affordable and effective opiate addiction treatment is now more prominent than it ever was.
Here you can find a complete directory of Methadone clinics in Oklahoma as well as a number of locally accessible resources that can be useful when you begin a Methadone maintenance treatment program. The following local Narcotics Anonymous meetings take place regularly in Oklahoma:
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