|Peoria Treatment Center||731 Sabrina Drive||East Peoria|
|Human Service Center||228 NE Jefferson Street||Peoria|
|Robert J Criss Reclamation Center||2201 Southwest Adams Street||Peoria|
|Rose Medical Association, Inc/ Peoria||1327 East Kelly Avenue||Peoria Heights|
|Rose Medical Association Inc/Peoria||1327 East Kelly Avenue||Peoria Heights|
|Central Illinois Center for the Treatment of Addictions||3420 N. Rochelle||Peoria|
|Bloomington Normal Treatment Center||303 Landmark Drive 2-B||Normal|
|Family Guidance Centers at Triangle Center||120 North 11th St.||Springfield|
|Springfield treatment center||1227 s 9th street||Springfield|
|Great Heights Family Medicine||315 E Mckinley Road||Ottawa|
|Heritage Behavioral Health Center||151 N. Main Street||Decatur|
|Center for Alcohol and Drug Services, Inc. – Rock Island Office||4230 11th St.||Rock Island|
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East Peoria is a city in Tazewell County with the population estimated at 23,402 at the 2010 census. The city is also the home to the campus of Illinois Central College and the Par-A-Dice Hotel and Casino. This city is absolutely no different than any other when it comes to people struggling with opioid addiction. As a matter of fact, many locals are addicted to narcotics and should seek help from any methadone clinic East Peoria IL in order to receive treatment. A good thing is that all methadone clinics in Illinois have to be accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and must follow their guidelines to maintain the accreditation. This means that all methadone clinics are staffed by healthcare professionals who are specially trained to administer methadone therapy. The treatment is incorporated by experts in the field of addiction recovery medicine. Naturally, the sooner the patient starts with the treatment, the better chances are for a full recovery.