Methadone Clinics in Hemet, California

In Riverside County, California, the city of Hemet has a population of 85,334, and physically covers approximately half of the San Jacinto Valley. Hemet was formed before Riverside County was even established. Treatment at a Hemet methadone clinic is available for people who are ready to face their opioid use disorder and take action to overcome addiction. Although not all methadone clinics in California offer a full program of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), which combines methadone with other rehabilitation therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy and counseling, all clinics should recommend such an approach to their patients. While methadone will relieve withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings, it cannot address the root causes of addiction, such as underlying trauma, difficulty coping with stress, or co-occurring mental health disorders such as depression or bipolar disorder. It is important to use a whole-person method for opioid addiction recovery. Otherwise, an individual is left too vulnerable to relapse. Relapse is never a sign of failure, but rather evidence that the treatment approach needed to change, or intensify, or otherwise be adjusted to suit the current needs of the person in recovery.

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