Methadone Clinics in Lake Clarke Shore, Florida

Name Address City
West Palm Beach Treatment Center 1497 Forest Hill Blvd Lake Clarke Shore
Metro Treatment of Florida, LP 1771 South Congress Ave. West Palm Beach
Central Florida Treatment Centers Lake Worth 3155 Lake Worth Rd Suite 2 Palm Springs
CFSATC, Inc. 3155 Lake Worth Road Lake Worth
Willow Place For Women 400 Executive Center Dr #203 West Palm Beach
Hanley Center Inc. 5200 East Ave. West Palm Beach
Daylight Recovery Center 2521 Metrocentre Boulevard West Palm Beach
Beachway Therapy Center 2600 Quantum Blvd Boynton Beach
The Watershed Treatment Programs 4905 Park Ridge Blvd. Boynton Beach
Changes Wellness Center 31 West 20th Street Riviera Beach
Bright Futures Treatment Center 2320 South Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach
Treatment Help 14000 South Military Trail Suite 204 A Daytona Beach
Spiritual River Addiction Help and Alcoholism Treatment 14000 S. Military Trail, Suite 201 Delray Beach
Royal Life Centers 1209 S Swinton Ave Delray Beach
Legacy Healing Center – Drug & Alcohol Rehab 1690 South Congress Ave Suite 202 A Delray Beach
Access Recovery Solutions 16244 S Military Trail STE 110 Delray Beach
Fair Oaks Pavillion at Delray Medical Center 5440 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach

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With a population of only 3,627 and an area of only one square mile, Lake Clarke Shores is a small town in Palm Beach County, Florida that was incorporated in 1957. This young town is not too young, however, to escape the opioid crisis that has required so many methadone clinics in Florida. Even here, a Lake Clarke Shores methadone clinic can be found for residents struggling with opioid addiction. One of the hallmarks of addiction is that a person’s entire life begins to revolve around drugs, so that every moment is about getting drugs, taking drugs, recovering from drugs, or fixing problems created by drugs. Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT, aims to change that through a combination of methadone therapy and comprehensive addiction treatments such as behavioral therapy and counseling. SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association, defines the goal of MAT as a full recovery, which includes being able to live a self-directed life. Methadone is one of the key components of a recovery plan that allows people with opioid addictions to take back control and once more determine the direction of their own lives.

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