Methadone Clinics in Boise, Idaho

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Raise the Bottom Addiction Treatment 9196 West Barnes St Boise
Center for Behavioral Health – Boise 92 South Cole Road Boise
Center for Behavioral Health – Meridian 2275 South Eagle Road Suite 190 Meridian
Raise the Bottom Addiction Treatment 1603 12th Avenue Rd Unit B Nampa

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Boise is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. State of Idaho with 228,959 residents as of 2019. Downtown Boise is a diverse cultural center and home to various small businesses, shops and dining choices. For any resident of Boise that is coping with opioid addiction, the right methadone clinic Boise is just around the corner, waiting for patients to start treatment. Methadone clinics in Idaho offer appropriate treatment for opioids while using methadone as the primary treatment solution. Methadone has been used for treating addiction for decades and patients that have undergone this type of treatment have shown significant progress. This medication is on the list of Food and Drug Administration’s approved drugs for the treatment of opioid addiction. Recovery should be viewed as an ongoing process that does not have a set end date. Solely with this type of approach will the patients be on the road to a full recovery with methadone treatment.

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