Methadone Clinics in Waycross, Georgia

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Treatment Center of Waycross 1766 Memorial Drive Suite – 3 Waycross

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Waycross, a city with a total area of 31.02 km² of which 0.17% is water, is the only incorporated city in Ware County. As expected, it is also the county seat of Ware County. Waycross could be home, as much as other cities, to a number of people experiencing opioid use disorder. As of 2018, Waycross had a population estimated at 13,600. Inhabitants of Waycross and neighboring cities who are experiencing opioid use disorder may visit any Waycross methadone clinic for medication-assisted treatment.Medication-assisted treatment is one of the few measures that could be taken to correct opioid use disorder. Methadone clinics specialize in the dispensing of methadone but some methadone clinics in Georgia offer more services. Methadone is a safe drug. It has become so vital that it made the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. It minimizes the adverse effects of opioids and helps in pain management. Doses of methadone are not to be taken without the recommendation of a medication-assisted treatment expert. Methadone is regulated to ensure that maintenance is safe and the drug is not diverted to the illicit market. The program enrollee has to indicate voluntary interest in maintenance as well as readiness to comply with the directives from the medication-assisted treatment expert. Full recovery could be achieved within a short period of time, which is about one year. Some patients may take a longer period to recover.

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