Methadone Clinics in Augusta, Georgia

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Its 2019 population estimated at 197,888 means Augusta is the second-largest city in the U.S. state of Georgia. With that huge population, the probability of Augusta being home to some people experiencing opioid dependency is high. The city is a consolidated city-county officially called Augusta-Richmond County. Augusta has a total area of 793 km² and it is rated the 123rd largest city in the U.S. People experiencing opioid addiction in the city may visit an Augusta methadone clinic for assistance. Methadone clinics dispense medication for medically-assisted substance use disorder. All methadone clinics in Georgia and other states are required to be accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration before dispensing medication. Methadone is effective and safe. It has become so important that it made a place on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. Although it is safe, it should not be taken without the supervision of a medication-assisted treatment practitioner who must have been told the complete health history of the program enrollee. The program enrollee must indicate voluntary interest in undergoing maintenance after being informed about the possible side effects and health risks. Depending on the observation of the health provider, methadone maintenance may be short term or long term. Some program enrollees may have to undergo maintenance indefinitely.

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