Methadone Clinics in Chicopee, Massachusetts

Located in Hampden County, Massachusetts, on the Connecticut River, the city of Chicopee has approximately 55,126 residents. Individuals looking for methadone clinics in Massachusetts will be able to find one in Chicopee. Although not always required, most methadone clinics encourage their patients to also seek non-pharmaceutical therapy for opioid addiction, as combining medication with counseling and behavioral therapy has been shown to produce optimum results. Treatment at a Chicopee methadone clinic will be overseen by medical professionals trained to determine appropriate methadone dosages, and to monitor patients so that those dosages can be adjusted if necessary. The goal is to find the lowest dose that will relieve withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings, and block the effects of opioids. Methadone treatment greatly reduces the risk of relapse, and allows other forms of addiction treatment, such as counseling, to be much more effective. Most patients will continue taking methadone for at least a year, but some continue on methadone maintenance therapy for much longer. The best choice is whatever length of maintenance gives the individual their best chance at recovery.

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