Franklin, the county seat of Simpson County, is a home rule-class city with a total area of 38.15 km². The city’s 2019 estimated population of 9,010 means it is not one of the largest cities in the nation, but the extent to which opioid dependency has cut through almost every part of the world means the probability of Franklin being home to a number of people experiencing opioid dependency should not be ruled out. Such people may find a visit to any Franklin methadone clinic helpful. There is more than one method for correcting opioid addiction, but methadone maintenance is one of the most effective ways. Methadone is an opioid agonist. In most cases, the symptoms of withdrawal are painful and craving gets out of hand but methadone calms the body, reduces cravings, and relieves pains. Methadone is approved by the Food and Drug Administration and regulated by bodies like the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Drug Enforcement Administration. Doses of methadone are not to be shared because the health history and level of addiction of each patient is considered before doses are given. Most methadone clinics in Kentucky, as it should be done, also offer the patients counseling and psychosocial support for a full recovery.