Methadone Clinics in Lynn, Massachusetts

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Lynn Comprehensive Treatment Center 11 Circle Ave Lynn
Health Care Resource Centers Chelsea 175 Crescent Avenue Chelsea
Health Care Resource Centers Peabody 172 Newbury Street Peabody
Bay Cove Human Services Treatment Center 66 Canal Street Boston
Health Care Resource Centers Woburn 9 Forbes Road Woburn
South End Community Health Center 1601 Washington Street Boston
Neurology at Boston Medical Center 725 Albany Street Boston
Health Care Resource Centers Boston To Be Determined Boston
SOFAR Program at Boston Medical Center 850 Harrison Ave 6th floor Boston
Boston Medical Center – Office Based Addiction Treatment Progr 801 Massachusetts Avenue 5th Floor Suite C Boston
Fenway Health 1340 Boylston Street Boston
Boston Children’s Hospital 300 Longwood Avenue Boston
Jamaica Plain VA Medical Center 150 S Huntington Ave Boston
St. Elizabeth’s Comprehensive Addiction Program 736 Cambridge Street Boston
Health Care Resource Centers Jamaica Plain 170 Morton Street Boston

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With a population of 94,229, Lynn is the largest city in Essex County, Massachusetts. The area was first settled in 1630, and the name was changed from Saugus to Lynn seven years later. Anyone seeking help from
methadone clinics in Massachusetts will not have to leave Lynn to get the help they need. Any Lynn methadone clinic will be equipped to provide medically supervised methadone maintenance therapy. Dosages will be determined, monitored, and adjusted by professionals trained to identify the ideal methadone dose to relieve a patient’s drug cravings and withdrawals. For optimum results, people in recovery from opioid addiction should also seek therapy for the psychological and behavioral sides of addiction. Counseling can address any co-occurring mental health disorders and behavioral therapy can change habits and thought patterns that perpetuate addiction. It is important to never stop taking methadone abruptly. Patients must slowly wean off the medication when they and their doctor agree that they are ready. Stopping methadone too soon or too quickly will lead to relapse.

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