Methadone Clinics in Austell, Georgia

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Austell, a city with a population of 7,213 as of 2018, is situated in Cobb County. The city has a total area of 15.41 km² of which 0.24% is water. Although Austell is in Cobb County, a small section of the city extends into the neighboring Douglas County. People who need medical assistance in handling opioid use disorder may visit any methadone clinic in Austell GA for medication-assisted treatment. Opioid relieves pains and gives euphoria. This means there is a high probability of going for it after the first consumption. The problem comes in when there is uncontrollable craving and it is having negative effects. It may not be easy to stop because of the pains symptoms of withdrawal may cause. Methadone is the approved drug for the treatment of such a situation. Methadone reduces craving and it is effective for pain management. As it should be done, Methadone clinics in Georgia combine doses of methadone with counseling and behavioral therapies to help the program enrollee recover physically and psychologically. All methadone clinics are required to register with the Drug Enforcement Administration. in order to avoid diversion into the illicit market and misuse, methadone is to be taken only under the supervision of a medication-assisted practitioner.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) could be forwarded to SAMHSA or a verified treatment provider. Calls are routed based on availability and geographic location.

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