Methadone Clinics in Perry, Georgia

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Perry, a city with a total area of 69.62 km² of which 0.48% is water, is the county seat of Houston County. Although Perry lies in Houston County, a part of it extends into Peach County. The city has a population estimated at 17,894 as of 2019. People who want to medically treat opioid addiction in the city may visit any methadone clinic Perry GA for medication-assisted treatment. There is a number of methadone clinics in Georgia. Most of them pair medication with counseling and behavioral therapies. Methadone soothes the body and reduces craving. It blunts the effects of opioids. It has been effectively used for the correction of many opioid disorder cases that it has made a place on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. Although it is safe, it is only available at methadone clinics because its misuse could be harmful. Doses of methadone should not be shared between patients because the medication-assisted treatment practitioner gives the exact required doses to the program enrollee. Before doses are dispensed, diagnosis is done and the full health history of the patient is considered. Doses of methadone are adjusted with time depending on the observation of the medication-assisted treatment expert. Usually, they are gradually reduced, but they are increased in some cases.

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