Methadone Clinics in Belcamp, Maryland

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Belcamp, a census-designated place with a total area of 6.07 km², is located in Harford County. As of 2010, it had a population estimated at 6,425. Such a population is not huge but it is enough to make the city a possible home to a number of people experiencing opioid addiction because of how wide it has reached. Such people may visit any methadone clinic Belcamp for medication-assisted treatment. Medication-assisted treatment at methadone clinics entails the pairing of doses of methadone with psychosocial support to aid the full recovery of people suffering from opioid use disorder. Methadone clinics are required to get the certification of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and register with the Drug Enforcement Administration before commencing the opioid treatment program. Methadone maintenance is regulated. The patient has to indicate voluntary interest as well as the willingness to follow the directives of the health provider before maintenance starts. Program enrollees are to be told about the risk factors of methadone. This does not mean that methadone is not safe. It could have some side effects but they are not health-threatening. Some methadone clinics in Maryland may offer other medical services. The recovery of patients is at a different pace. Some patients may be done with maintenance within twelve months but others may need it for several years.

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