Methadone Clinics in Anchorage, Alaska

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Anchorage Comprehensive Treatment Center 3230 C Street Suite 100 Anchorage
Narcotic Drug Treatment Center, Inc. 1015 E 6th Ave Anchorage
Frontier Family Medicine 300 W Swanson Ave Wasilla
Community Medical Services Wasilla 2521 Mountain Village Dr Suite F Wasilla

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With a population of 288,000, Anchorage, Alaska is the state’s most populous city. Officially called the Municipality of Anchorage, it is a unified municipal consolidated city-borough of 1,706 square miles, which is larger than the state of Rhode Island. The isolated state of Alaska still has the same problems with opioid drugs faced by the rest of the United States. The good thing is there are Alaska methadone clinics available to help. Anyone searching for a methadone clinic Anchorage can find quality opioid addiction treatment. Methadone treats withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings, so that people who have quit taking opioid drugs are not at as high a risk of relapse. Also, methadone keeps these people on a more even keel so that they can pursue and benefit from other necessary treatments such as counseling and medication for co-occurring disorders such as depression, and behavioral therapy to develop healthy habits and shed self-destructive habits.

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