Methadone Clinics in Westfield, Massachusetts

In Western Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley, Westfield is a city in Hampden County with a population of 41,204. Westfield, Massachusetts earned its name for being the westernmost settlement in the state at the time of its incorporation in 1669. Today, residents can find opioid addiction treatment at a methadone clinic Westfield MA. Methadone has been a proven medical addiction therapy for over fifty years, and research has shown it is even more effective when paired with behavioral therapies that retrain the brain to think differently about drug use, and to develop healthier coping mechanisms and reactions to triggering situations. All methadone clinics in Massachusetts are certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, which has guidelines for how drug addiction, and particularly opioid addiction, must be treated for optimum patient success. Most methadone clinics in Massachusetts will at least strongly recommend that patients receiving methadone also attend counseling and behavioral therapy.

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