Methadone Clinics in Lawrence, Massachusetts

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Lowell Comprehensive Treatment Center 22 Olde Canal Drive Lowell
Health Care Resource Centers Peabody 172 Newbury Street Peabody
Health Care Resource Centers Woburn 9 Forbes Road Woburn
Health Care Resource Centers Hudson 323 Derry Road Hudson

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Located in Essex County on the Merrimack River, Lawrence, Massachusetts has a population of 80,028. For people who live in the Merrimack Valley, opioid addiction recovery treatment can be found at any methadone clinic Lawrence MA. The gold standard of opioid rehabilitation is Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT, which combines maintenance therapy on a medication such as methadone with counseling and behavioral therapy. With this integrated approach, people in recovery have their physical dependency treated simultaneously with any co-occurring mental health issues, while also learning methods for retraining their brains to follow healthier patterns of behavior. Methadone maintenance therapy should be continued for at least 12 months, even after the most intensive addiction treatments may have been replaced with occasional counseling sessions or regular 12-step meetings. All methadone clinics in Massachusetts work with their patients to make sure that no one weans off their methadone treatment too early, as this makes one vulnerable to relapse.

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