Methadone Clinics in Jonesboro, Georgia

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Jonesboro, a city with a total area of 7.54 km² of which 1.89% is water, is the county seat of Clayton county. As of 2018, Jonesboro had a population estimated at 4,903. Although it is not a big city, the possibility of Jonesboro being home to a number of people suffering from opioid dependency remains. Such people may visit any Jonesboro methadone clinic for medical assistance. Opioid dependency is an individual’s physical or psychological reliance on opioids even when there are negative effects. Uncontrollable craving comes with some level of pain and helplessness that means the person experiencing opioid dependency has to take opioids. Methadone provides help to recover from opioid dependency. It calms the body and it relieves the pains from symptoms of opioid withdrawal. Methadone clinics are specialist clinics that dispense medication for such a situation but some methadone clinics in Georgia may offer other social and medical services. For the first few days of methadone maintenance, the program enrollee, who must have clearly informed the medical expert about their full health history, is placed under close monitoring. Doses of methadone are given to them and readjusted depending on the observation of the medical expert. Usually, doses are reduced with time. There is no limit to the duration of methadone maintenance.

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