Methadone Clinics in Ashland, Kentucky

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Ashland, a city with a total area of 27.89 km² and a 2018 population estimated at 20,382, is the largest city in Boyd County. Although it is not home to hundreds of thousands of people, opioid addiction is a menace that has found its way into the smallest and largest communities, meaning Ashland could be home to a number of people experiencing it. Such people may proceed to any methadone clinic Ashland KY to get medical assistance. It could be difficult to quit the use of opioids, even when there are negative effects because withdrawal is painful and craving could be uncontrollable. Although there is a number of methods used in the treatment of opioid addiction, methadone is one of the three drugs used for medically treated opiate dependence. Methadone is safe and long-lasting. It minimizes pains and craving. It has successfully recovered many patients which has earned it a place on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. As safe as it is, methadone is only available at certified methadone clinics. This is to ensure that it is regulated, a move to protect the program enrollees, and avoid diversion into the illicit market. It is required of all methadone clinics in Kentucky to register with the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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The helpline is free, private, and confidential. There is no obligation to enter treatment. In some cases, could charge a small cost per call, to a licensed treatment center, a paid advertiser, this allows to offer free resources and information to those in need by calling the free hotline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses.