Methadone Clinics in West Springfield, Massachusetts

West Springfield, Massachusetts is in Hampden County, has a population of 28,517, and is also called the “West Side,” as it is opposite Springfield on the West side of the Connecticut River. Anyone in this area who is suffering from opioid use disorder should find a West Springfield methadone clinic and begin their recovery as soon as possible. Most methadone clinics in Massachusetts either require or recommend that their patients also attend 12-step meetings, counseling sessions, and/or behavioral therapy. Addiction recovery is most likely to be successful when it is made part of a comprehensive plan that tackles all aspects of this chronic disease. Methadone, while a key component of any opioid addiction recovery, can only treat the physical aspects of addiction. The root psychological causes, and the various patterns of behavior and thought that become ingrained after one is addicted to opioids need to be addressed through different treatment modalities. Having a local West Springfield methadone clinic can help you stay focused on long term addiction recovery.

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