Methadone Clinics in South Bend, Indiana

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South Bend, the county seat of St. Joseph County, is the fourth-largest city in the U.S. state of Indiana. Its 2018 population estimated at 101,860 means it could be home to a number of people battling with opioid addiction. Such people may visit any methadone clinic South Bend where a medication-assisted treatment practitioner would be willing to assist. Although methadone clinics are particularly established for the dispensing of methadone to help people who rely on opioids, some methadone clinics in Indiana could offer more, like consultation services and mental health services. Methadone is approved by the Food and Drug Administration but its use is highly regulated to avoid misuse and diversion into the illicit market. Methadone maintenance is to happen only under the direct supervision of a medication-assisted treatment expert in a methadone clinic accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Before the commencement of methadone maintenance, the program enrollee is required to give the health provider the complete details of their health history. The health provider, in return, has to inform the program enrollees about the possible health risks. Only a patient who indicates voluntary interest in undergoing maintenance at this point is medically treated by the practitioner. There is no time limit to methadone maintenance.

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