|Chilton County Treatment Center||2100 Holiday Dr||Clanton|
|Shelby County Treatment Center (SCTC)||750 Highway 31 South||Saginaw-Alabaster|
|Metro Treatment Center of Alabama||6001 East Shirley Lane||Montgomery|
|Montgomery Metro Treatment Center||6001 East Shirley Lane||Montgomery|
|Northwest Alabama Treatment Center||4204 Edmonton Drive||Bessemer|
|Addiction Research Foundation||4126 Autumn Lane,||Birmingham|
|Birmingham Metro Treatment Center||151 Industrial Drive||Birmingham|
|Metro Treatment of Alabama L.P.||151 Industrial Drive||Birmingham|
|BIRMINGHAM METRO T.C.||151 Industrial Drive||Birmingham|
|Tri County Treatment Center P.C.||5605 Clifford Circle||Birmingham|
|TRI COUNTY TREATMENT CENTER||5605 Clifford Circle||Birmingham|
|Tri County Treatment Center||5605 Clifford Circle||Birmingham|
|BHG Tuscaloosa Treatment Center||1001 Mimosa Park Rd||Tuscaloosa|
|MedMark Treatment Centers Oxford||118 E Choccolocco Street||Oxford|
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Clanton, a city in Alabama, is the county seat of Chilton County. As of 2018, it had a population estimated at 8,756, but with its recent history of consistent increase in population, the numbers could have increased. Clanton has a total area of 60.19 km². To medically treat opioid use disorder in this city, a visit to any methadone clinic Clanton Alabama should be considered. Methadone is one of the medications on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. It is also one of the approved opioid agonists by the Food and Drug Administration. Methadone clinics in Alabama, as required, pair doses of methadone with behavioral therapies to aid the recovery of program enrollees. A single dose could last for up to 36 hours blocking the effects of opioids. Doses of methadone are to be taken in compliance with the recommendations of the medication-assisted treatment professional who must have been told the complete health history of the program enrollee. Methadone medication is regulated. Program enrollees are told the possible side effects of medication. They must signify voluntary interest to undergo maintenance before the specialist dispenses methadone. Compliant patients may be allowed to take medication at home, but there must be an agreement to constantly give feedback to the health provider on program visits.