Methadone Clinics in Delray Beach, Florida

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Delray Beach, Florida is in Palm Beach County and is part of the Miami Metropolitan Area. The city has a population of 69,186. In 2016-17, Delray Beach suffered a terrible streak of opioid overdoses, primarily due to fentanyl mixed with heroin. Fentanyl is an incredibly potent and very cheap synthetic opioid that drug dealers often mix into drugs or other substances that mimic drugs because it saves a lot of money. The users cannot tell the difference and they still get very high. They are also put in great danger of a fatal overdose, as fentanyl cannot be uniformly mixed into these other substances. One dose from a batch could be fine, while the next dose could be fatal. Of course, with problems like this, the methadone clinics in Florida that are so needed across the state are especially needed in this city. If you or someone you love is addicted to opioids, find a methadone clinic Delray Beach for treatment before it is too late.

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