Methadone Clinics in Atlanta, Georgia

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Atlanta, the county seat of Fulton County, is the thirty-seventh most populous city in the U.S. Although it is situated in Fulton County, a part of the city cuts into Dekalb County. Generally, big cities have more probability of being home to people suffering from opioid use disorder because it has become a common problem in the world. As of 2019, Atlanta had a population estimated at 506,811. People who want to treat opioid addiction medically may visit any methadone clinic Atlanta for medication-assisted treatment. Methadone clinics are particularly established for the dispensing of medications used for medically treated opioid use disorder. Most methadone clinics in Georgia offer additional services. Methadone is one of the three approved drugs by the Food and Drug Administration for such treatment. It is safe and effective if taken as prescribed by a medication-assisted treatment specialist. Methadone blocks the symptoms of opioid withdrawal and reduces craving. It is also used in pain management. Although methadone is very effective, it should not be taken without the supervision of a health provider because the medication may cause some side effects that should be handled by the health provider. After some level of stability and compliance, the practitioner may permit the program enrollee to take medication at home, between program visits.

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