Methadone Clinics in Costa Mesa, California

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Opiate Detox Institute – Rapid Opiate Detox Clinic 3420 Bristol St #701 Costa Mesa
Hollywood Medical Rehabilitation Care 5232 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles
Narcotic Prevention Association Program 942 S Atlantic Blvd Los Angeles
Luxe Recovery | Drug & Alcohol Rehab 3787 Prestwick Drive Los Angeles
Aegis Treatment Centers Ontario 125 W F St Suite 101 Ontario
BAART Programs Lynwood 11682 Atlantic Ave Lynwood
American Health Services Hollywood Medical Mental Health Svs 5015 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles
West County Medical Clinic 100 East Market St. Long Beach
Western Health Community Clinic 1647 West Anaheim Street Harbor City
BAART Programs Boyle Heights 1701 Zonal Ave. Los Angeles
BAART Programs Southeast 4920 Avalon Blvd Los Angeles
Santa Ana Comprehensive Treatment Center 2101 E First St Santa Ana
Riverside Comprehensive Treatment Center 1021 West La Cadena Drive Riverside
Venice Medical and Mental Health Services 717 Lincoln Boulevard Venice
Aegis Medical Systems Inc 1724 East Washington Boulevard Pasadena
Tibor Rubin VA Medical Center 5901 East 7th Street Long Beach
Evexia Health Services- Methadone/Suboxone Clinic 109 E. 11th Street Corona
Haven House Addiction Treatment – Los Angeles 2252 Hillsboro Avenue Los Angeles
Western Pacific Rehabilitation (Stanton) 10751 Dale St. Stanton
Matrix Institute 5220 West Washington Blvd. Los Angeles

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Costa Mesa, California began as a farming community and was incorporated in 1953. It has grown to be a bustling suburban city in Orange County, with a population of 113,003. From among the methadone clinics in California, residents of this area can find a Costa Mesa methadone clinic to receive medical treatment for an addiction to opioid drugs. Opioids make alterations to physical and chemical structures in the brain that lead to physical addiction, so that those addicted will suffer intense withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings if they attempt to quit or cut down their use of opioids. Methadone works by preventing this suffering, as well as by blocking the intoxicating effects of other addictive opioids, thereby helping patients abstain while they work on the other causes of addiction and rebuild a healthy life outside of drug use. For the best results, individuals recovering from opioid addiction should persist on methadone maintenance for a minimum of 12 months. Never abruptly quit methadone. This medication should always be carefully weaned under the advice and supervision of a medical professional.

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