Methadone Clinics in Elkridge, Maryland

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Sibus Treatment Services 6170 Hunt Club Rd Elkridge
Riverside Treatment Services 1903 Lansdowne Rd Arbutus
Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center 3455 Wilkens Ave., Lower Level 20 Baltimore
Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center To Be Determined Baltimore
Allcare Treatment Services 550 Crain Highway, Suite 8 Glen Burnie
We Care Arundel Health Services To Be Determined Glen Burnie
MedMark Treatment Centers Daybreak 2490 Giles Rd. Baltimore
MedMark Treatment Centers Cherry Hill 1801 Cherry Hill Rd Baltimore
EJAL Health Services 7229 Ritchie Highway Glen Burnie
B N J Health Services LLC 7541 Ritchie Highway Glen Burnie
Heritage Treatment Centers 4200 Edmondson Ave suite 102 Baltimore
BPH, Inc. t/a Starting Point 4109 Ritchie Highway Brooklyn Park
Starting Point Clinic – Methadone Clinic & Suboxone Clinic 4109 Ritchie Hwy Baltimore
Adult Addiction Clinic 122 Langley Road North Glen Burnie
Concerted Care Group Brooklyn 112 East Patapsco Avenue Baltimore
Grace Medical Center New Hope Treatment Center 2401 West Baltimore Street Baltimore
Ordnance Road Correctional Center 600 E Ordnance Road Glen Burnie
Tuerk House 730 Ashburton St. Baltimore
I’m Still Standing by Grace To Be Determined Baltimore
Winchester Health 1315 Bloomingdale Rd Baltimore

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Elkridge, an unincorporated community with a total area of 21.76 km², is situated in Howard County. As of 2010, it had a population estimated at 15,593. Although there are many cities with more residents, a city with such population as Elkridge has the probability of being home to a number of people experiencing opioid use disorder. Such people around Elkridge may visit any Elkridge methadone clinic if willing to medically treat the condition. Medication-assisted treatment experts are allowed to use three drugs for the treatment of opioid use disorder. One, and probably the most effective, is methadone. Methadone has given results in many cases. It could be paired with behavioral therapies and psychosocial support for the full recovery of program enrollees. The drug has been added to the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications, to tell how effective it is. Individuals, however, are not allowed to take methadone without the supervision of a health provider because, depending on the health history of people, it could have some side effects on them. Also, it is regulated to avoid diversion into the illicit market. Before the commencement of opioid treatment programs, it is a requirement for all methadone clinics in Maryland to be certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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