|BHG Tuscaloosa Treatment Center||Tuscaloosa|
|Northwest Alabama Treatment Center||Bessemer|
|Shelby County Treatment Center (SCTC)||Saginaw-Alabaster|
|Birmingham Metro Treatment Center||Birmingham|
|Metro Treatment of Alabama L.P.||Birmingham|
|BIRMINGHAM METRO T.C.||Birmingham|
|Addiction Research Foundation||Birmingham|
|Walker Recovery Center||Jasper|
|SUMTER COUNTY TREATMENT CENTER||Livingston|
|Tri County Treatment Center P.C.||Birmingham|
|TRI COUNTY TREATMENT CENTER||Birmingham|
|Tri County Treatment Center||Birmingham|
|Chilton County Treatment Center||Clanton|
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In West Central Alabama on the Black Warrior River, the city of Tuscaloosa is the state’s fifth largest city with a population of 101,129. Like any state in our nation, opioid use disorder is a widespread issue here. Methadone clinics in Alabama are sorely needed by many, but thankfully, residents here can find a Tuscaloosa methadone clinic to provide the addiction recovery treatment they need. Long-term chronic use of opioids can quite easily lead to an overdose, due to how a tolerance to the drug’s euphoric effects builds up over time. People continue to increase their dosage, trying to chase the feeling the drug first gave them, and the higher the dosage, the worse potentially fatal side effects like respiratory depression and irregular heartbeat can become. Overdoses can also occur when a person unknowingly buys heroin or counterfeit pills that contain dangerously potent synthetic opioids like fentanyl. By quitting opioids and taking methadone for recovery sooner, rather than later, a person could be saving their own life.