Methadone Clinics in Louisville, Kentucky

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Louisville, the county seat of Jefferson County, is the largest city in Kentucky. It is the 29th most populous city in the U.S., making it a possible home to multiple people experiencing opioid use disorder. As of 2019, the city had a population estimated at 617,638. It has a land area of 1,030 km². People dealing with opioid addiction in this city or neighboring ones may walk into any methadone clinic Louisville KY for medication-assisted treatment. Although there are a number of methods that could be used to correct opioid addiction, treating it medically is one of the most effective ways. The Food and Drug Administration approved three drugs for the medically treated substance use disorder, methadone is one. The effects of methadone last longer in the body than the effects of opioids. Added to that, methadone is completely safe if taken in compliance with the directives from a medication-assisted treatment expert. Ideally, methadone should only be taken under the supervision of a health provider because its misuse could be dangerous to health. Some methadone clinics in Kentucky do not stop at providing doses of methadone but they also offer additional social and medical services. Methadone maintenance lasts as long as the health provider thinks it is needed. There is no limit to duration.

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