Methadone Clinics in Wailuku, Hawaii

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CHAMP Clinic of Maui 270 Waiehu Beach Rd Suite 115 Wailuku

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Wailuku is a county capital of Maui County, Hawaii. At the 2010 census, Wailuku’s population was estimated at 15,313. This Hawaiian town was the main tourist attraction back in the early 20th century and impacted the rise of other nearby resort towns. As much as it offers beautiful sights, it also provides treatment for opioid addiction in an esteemed Wailuku methadone clinic. All patients who need medical help in the manner of treatment of addiction are welcome to seek help and support in methadone clinics in Hawaii. Methadone has been used for the treatment of opioid addiction for more than fifty years with proven evidence of efficacy. Methadone clinics are staffed with prominent healthcare professionals who diagnose, oversee, and supervise treatment of patients while recording notes of any possible issues so that they can react in a timely manner. Treatment begins at a very demanding level, with counseling being held on a daily basis. In some cases, behavioral therapy even 24/7 inpatient treatment are introduced for better treatment outcomes. Recovery should always be looked at as a work in progress that can take time. However, methadone intake should continue for at least one year for the best results.

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