Methadone Clinics in Pittsfield, Massachusetts

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With a population of 42,142, Pittsfield, Massachusetts is the county seat of Berkshire County. In 2009, Pittsfield received the Commonwealth Award, Massachusetts’ highest honor given in the arts, humanities, and sciences. Like all methadone clinics in Massachusetts, a methadone clinic Pittsfield MA is accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This national organization makes sure that clinics are equipped to provide quality treatment supervised by medical professionals determine the appropriate methadone treatment plan, and then monitor and adjust dosages as needed. Opioid use disorder is a chronic condition and should therefore be periodically re-evaluated. The chronic nature of addiction is also why patients are usually advised to continue on methadone maintenance for at least 12 months, and why some patients may continue methadone therapy indefinitely. It is crucial to carefully consider when and if to wean off methadone under the advice of a doctor. Patients should also receive other forms of treatment, such as counseling and cognitive behavioral therapy, to ensure that more than just the physical side of addiction is being addressed. All aspects of addiction must be treated for long term recovery to be possible.

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