Methadone Clinics in Doraville, Georgia

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Doraville, a city in Dekalb County, had a population estimated at 10,526 as of 2018. The city has a total area of 12.72 km² of which 0.11% is covered by water. The population and total area of Doraville mean it is not one of the biggest cities in the U.S., but that does not rule out the possibility of having people suffering from opioid addiction in the city. Such people may walk into any methadone clinic Doraville where a medication-assisted specialist would help. Although some methadone clinics in Georgia may offer other services, they are established specifically for the dispensing of medication for medically treated opioid dependency. Methadone, an approved drug for substance use disorder, is an effective opioid agonist. It has been found effective for pain management and correction of opioid dependency, making it seal a place on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. Although it is safe, it has some risk factors that mean it should not be taken without the medication-assisted treatment practitioner’s supervision. Ideally, what makes up a full package of medication-assisted treatment is methadone combined with psychosocial support and counseling, therefore, program enrollees are encouraged to partake in all. Maintenance would last for as long as the medication-assisted treatment professional recommends it is needed.

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ARK Behavioral Health

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