Methadone Clinics in Willimantic, Connecticut

In Windham County, Connecticut, Willimantic is a census designated place that was a city and borough until the 1980s. In the 2000s, the use of heroin, which had been a presence in Willimantic since the 1960s, exploded into a major public health issue. The problem improved over the next twenty years, due, in part, to methadone clinics in Connecticut. Methadone combined with talk therapy for behavioral and psychological issues of addiction is anyone’s best hope for recovery from addiction to heroin or any kind of opioid drug. There are still many locals here suffering due to opioid addiction, and these individuals should search for a methadone clinic Willimantic CT to bring hope back into their lives. With methadone, counseling, and peer support from 12-step group meetings like Narcotics Anonymous, a person in recovery can start over, heal the wounds of addiction, and create the kind of healthy life that they’ve always wanted to live.

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