Methadone Clinics in Warner Robins, Georgia

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Warner Robins, the tenth-largest incorporated city in the U.S. state of Georgia, is located in Houston and Peach counties. It has a total area of 98.34 km² of which 0.82% is water. As of 2019, Warner Robins had a population estimated at 77,617. Residents of Warner Robins and neighboring cities who are experiencing opioid use disorder may visit any methadone clinic Warner Robins GA for medical assistance. Opioid use disorder is a problem for the world at large. People who are experiencing it find it difficult to withdraw because of its painful symptoms. Methadone clinics specialize in treating the situation medically. Some methadone clinics in Georgia offer more medical services in addition to medication-assisted treatment. Methadone is one of the approved drugs by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of opioid use disorder. Doses of methadone ease pain. Because opioid use disorder has some psychological effects, methadone program enrollees are encouraged to participate in behavioral therapies and counseling. Doses of methadone could last 24-36 hours but more doses could be given within that period depending on the observation of the medication-assisted treatment professional. Doses of methadone may not be shared between patients because they are tailored for individual patients. If taken in compliance, methadone is safe.

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