Methadone Clinics in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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BHG Medical Services Fayetteville 8 Colt Square Drive Fayetteville
MedMark Treatment Centers Springdale 7255 Meeshow Drive Suite A Springdale

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With a population of 87,590, Fayetteville, Arkansas is the county seat of Washington County, and the third largest city in the state. The city is located deep in the Ozarks, at the outskirts of the Boston Mountains. Fayetteville is beautiful, but life can’t always be beautiful anywhere, and there are residents here who have been greatly impacted by the opioid crisis. All those in need of a methadone clinic Fayetteville AR can be reassured that all Arkansas methadone clinics are required by law to be accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Furthermore, this accreditation is legally required to be renewed at regular intervals, so that methadone clinics cannot let their standards slip. All clinics are staffed by medical professionals with addiction-specific training, who not only provide a thorough entry evaluation and interview for prospective patients, but also carefully monitor current patients, to ensure that they continue to do well as they change and grow in their recovery. If not, treatment plans and methadone dosages can be adjusted as needed.

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