Methadone Clinics in Fayetteville, Georgia

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Fayetteville, a city with a total area of 33.93 km², is the county seat of Fayette County. As of 2018, Fayetteville had a population estimated at 17,827. Fayetteville may not be one of the biggest cities in the nation but it is in its county. Inhabitants of the city who are suffering from opioid use disorder may walk into any methadone clinic Fayetteville GA for medication-assisted treatment. Opioid use disorder is the reliance, whether psychological or physical, on opioids at the detriment of self. Most people passing through opioid addiction love to quit but they feel helpless because of the uncontrollable craving and pains. Methadone is the answer. Methadone calms the body and reduces pain. It blocks the symptoms of opioids, making the patient function socially. Although it is very effective, self-medication is not allowed because it could result in more problems. Methadone is at the risk of being misused or diverted to the illicit market. Only methadone clinics that are accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration are allowed to dispense medication. Some methadone clinics in Georgia may offer additional services. If taken in compliance with the recommendations of the health provider, full recovery is possible. Methadone maintenance usually includes counseling.

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