Methadone Clinics in Ellicott City, Maryland

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Ellicott City, an unincorporated community with a total area of 77.9 km² of which 0.41% is water, is the county seat of Howard County. It has consistently recorded an increase in population over the years, which directly increases its chances of being home to some people suffering from opioid use disorder. As of 2010, it had a population estimated at 65,834. Inhabitants of the city who wish to medically treat opioid dependency may get some help in any methadone clinic Ellicott City MD. Methadone blocks the negative effects of opioids in the body. The medication, available in different forms, lasts longer than opioids in the body. Usually, at the beginning of methadone maintenance, the medication-assisted treatment practitioner dispenses doses after diagnosing the patient and considering their health history. The practitioner observes the patient closely and adjusts doses of methadone. Often, the doses are gradually reduced but there could be cases of increase in doses when the practitioner sees a reason to do so. Certification by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to run an opioid treatment program is a vital requirement for all methadone clinics in Maryland. Although maintenance is regulated, there is no general recommendation for the duration of treatment because medication-assisted treatment for opiate dependence is tailored for each patient.

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