Methadone Clinics in Hazard, Kentucky

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Hazard, a city with a total area of 19.68 km², is the county seat of Perry County. Although as of 2018, it had a population estimated at 4,997 which means it is not one of the big cities in the nation, the extent to which opioid use disorder has cut through the nation means the possibility of it in Hazard should not be ruled out. People experiencing such may visit any methadone clinic Hazard KY, where a medication-assisted treatment practitioner would be waiting to give some help. Overcoming opioid use disorder without help may not be easy for those experiencing it because the symptoms of withdrawal could be painful and disturbing. One of the ways of handling the situation is treating it medically, with methadone. Methadone is an approved opioid agonist that aids the recovery of people who rely on opioids. It restores calmness to the body and helps people function better socially. Methadone clinics specialize in using the drug for the treatment of substance use disorder but some methadone clinics in Kentucky offer additional services. Doses of methadone are not to be shared because they are only dispensed after considering the health history of the program enrollee and the extent to which correction is needed.

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