Methadone Clinics in Palm Bay, Florida

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Central Florida Treatment Centers Palm Bay 2198 Harris Ave NE Palm Bay
Central Florida Treatment Centers Cocoa 7 N Cocoa Blvd Cocoa

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With a population of 115,552 in 2019, Palm Bay, Florida is the most populous city in Brevard County. The city is located at the point where Turkey Creek meets the Indian River, which connects to the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the many methadone clinics in Florida can be found here. If you or someone you love is in need of medical treatment for an addiction to opioids, they need to seek a Palm Bay methadone clinic today. The necessary duration of methadone treatment can vary widely from person to person. Although some may only need methadone to help them get through the worst of detoxification and early withdrawals, most patients will need to stay on maintenance methadone for at least one year. Some patients may need to continue taking methadone indefinitely. No one should ever abruptly stop taking methadone, as this will cause a variety of painful side effects, withdrawal symptoms, and drug cravings, putting patients at risk of relapse as well as medical complications. Patients must always slowly taper their methadone dosage under a doctor’s guidance.

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