Methadone Clinics in Blythe, California

In California’s Palo Verde Valley, in eastern Riverside County, the city of Blythe is an agricultural area with a population of 19,682. Blythe is in the Colorado desert, and was named for Thomas Henry Blythe, who established Colorado River water rights for the region in 1877. If any of today’s residents need opioid addiction treatment at one of the many methadone clinics in California, they can find it locally at a Blythe methadone clinic. Opioids are a class of drugs that were either derived directly from the seeds of the poppy plant, or synthetically created in a lab based on that chemical structure. Although prescribed to treat pain and used for anesthesia, when misused, opioids can produce a euphoric high that is both physically and psychologically addictive. Methadone treats the physical side of addiction, but patients on methadone should seek out therapy to treat the psychological side as well. If a Blythe methadone clinic does not offer counseling or therapy services, they should be able to make recommendations or referrals to help patients find those services elsewhere.

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