Methadone Clinics in Germantown, Maryland

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Although Germantown has a total area of 28 km², it had a population estimated at 90,494 as of 2016. With such a number of people, any city would have a high probability of being home to a number of people experiencing opioid dependency. Such people in Germantown or neighboring places, if they wish to seek medical assistance, may consider walking into any methadone clinic Germantown MD where a medication-assisted treatment practitioner would be willing to assist. Methadone is a drug available only at methadone clinics and dispensed under an opioid treatment program certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. It is an opioid agonist. It counters the negatives effects of opioids in the body and helps people function better socially. To avoid diversion into the illicit market, it is highly regulated. Methadone is not harmful but its misuse could be dangerous to health. Depending on individual health history, methadone could have some side effects. However, if taken under the supervision of a health provider, the side effects are not health-threatening. What makes a complete medication-assisted treatment is the combination of methadone with counseling and behavioral therapies. Most methadone clinics in Maryland do not find this difficult to offer because they have an existing setup to provide consultation and mental health services.

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