Methadone Clinics in Northampton, Massachusetts

With a population of 28,451, Northampton, Massachusetts is the county seat Hampshire County. The city is known for being politically liberal and LGBTQIA+ friendly, as well as a musical, intellectual, artistic, academic, countercultural, and alternative health destination. People who are seeking to recover from an addiction to opioids at a methadone clinic Northampton MA will be able to combine local holistic treatment approaches with the methadone maintenance therapy at the clinic. Experts encourage patients taking methadone to integrate multiple forms of therapy into their recovery, as this will increase their chance of success. Counseling and behavioral therapy is especially important, to work on the root causes of addiction, and the habits that perpetuate addiction. All methadone clinics in Massachusetts are accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and staffed by medical professionals who supervise treatment. While some patients may be resistant to the idea of long-term methadone maintenance therapy, they should know that research has shown much better results with patients who stay on methadone for at least one year.

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