Methadone Clinics in Oxford, Alabama

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MedMark Treatment Centers Oxford 118 E Choccolocco Street Oxford

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Oxford, a city in Calhoun and Talladega counties, has recorded some percentage increase in population over the years. At the 1960 census, a 112.3% increase was recorded. 108% at the 1980 census, 55.9% at the 2000 census, and 46.3% at the 2010 census. As of 2018, it had an estimated population of 21,161. Oxford has a total area of 83.29 km² of which 1.07% is water. People who need medical assistance to overcome opioid dependency may walk into any methadone clinic Oxford Al for medication-assisted treatment. Opioid dependency is an uncontrollable reliance on opioids. This is usually as a result of craving the euphoria that opioids give. The problem here is how opioid dependency negatively affects people both psychologically and socially. The Food and Drug Administration approved three drugs for the correction of opioid dependency. One is methadone. Methadone blocks the symptoms of opioid withdrawal and helps people function socially. However, to make the most of methadone, it should be taken in compliance with the instructions of a health provider. In fact, self-medication is not allowed because the misuse of methadone is very risky. All methadone clinics in Alabama are required to be accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration before dispensing medication.

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