Methadone Clinics in Tucson, Arizona

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CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness – Speedway 4585 E Speedway Blvd Building B Tucson
ETANO Center 3956 E Pima St Tucson
Buena Vista Health & Recovery Centers – Tucson 5151 E Pima St Tucson
COPE Community Services 5401 East 5th Street Tucson
Community Bridges, Inc. 2950 North Dodge Boulevard Suite A Tucson
Full Impact 2817 E 4th St Tucson
Community Medical Services of Tucson 6626 East Carondelet Dr. Tucson
Community Medical Services Broadway 6802 E Broadway Tucson
America’s Rehab Campuses Tucson 6944 E Tanque Verde Rd. Tucson
Dr. Wen Cai, MD, PhD 3615 North Prince Village Place Tucson
CODAC Behavioral Health Services 3100 North First Ave. Tucson
Kinship Methadone Clinics 146 E Broadway Blvd Tucson
Kinship Methadone Clinics 146 E Broadway Blvd Tucson
La Frontera – Hope Center 260 South Scott Ave. Tucson
CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness – Substance Use Treatment & Medication Assisted Treatment To Be Determined Tucson
Center For Behavioral Health – Tucson 2437 N Stone Ave Tucson
Platt Shawn G Do 2828 North Stone Avenue Tucson
COPE Community Services, Inc. 2435 N Castro Ave Tucson
Thili Kulatilake, MD 4574 N 1st Ave Suite 180 Tucson
Community Medical Services Tucson on Park 3720 S Park Ave Ste 601 Tucson

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With a population of 548,073, Tucson, Arizona is the second most populous city in the state, and is also the seat of Pima County. The city was first founded as a Spanish military fort in 1775. Today, the city deals with the same contemporary issues seen across the nation, which is why methadone clinics in Arizona are so important. Locals facing an addiction to opioid drugs can find hope and a new lease on life at a methadone clinic Tucson. Although methadone isn’t a cure-all for addiction, it does treat the devastating symptoms of withdrawal and drug cravings that occur whenever a person quits opioid drugs. While methadone helps keeps a person on track in recovery, they can focus on psychological issues in counseling, changing habits in behavioral therapy, and learning from the experience of others in 12-step support meetings. The community support offered by Narcotics Anonymous meetings is a free resource that people in recovery can turn to for motivation for the rest of their lives.

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