Methadone Clinics in Paintsville, Kentucky

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As of 2018, Paintsville, the county seat of Johnson County, had a population estimated at 4,037. Although this means it is not a big city, opioid use disorder is not a rare issue in small cities, which means Paintsville could be home to some people experiencing it. The city has a total area of 17.39 km². Residents of Paintsville or nearby cities who want to medically treat opioid dependency may visit any methadone clinic Paintsville KY for medication-assisted treatment. Medical treatment of opioid use disorder with methadone is one of the most effective ways of overcoming opioid dependency. Methadone effects last longer than the effects of opioids but methadone is safe and approved by the Food and Drug Administration. In fact, it has been added to the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. However, it is only available through an opioid treatment program certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Methadone is regulated because its misuse may cause negative effects and there is no general directive for use because doses are to be tailored to the need of individuals. Methadone clinics usually encourage program enrollees to partake in the counseling session. Most methadone clinics in Kentucky find it easy to offer this because they offer additional services like consultation and mental health services.

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