Methadone Clinics in Worcester, Massachusetts

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SaVida Health Worcester 121 Lincoln Street Worcester
AdCare Hospital 107 Lincoln St. Worcester
Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. 105 Merrick St. Worcester
Community Healthlink Inc 72 Jaques Avenue Worcester
Community Healthlink To Be Determined Worcester
Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. 585 Lincoln St. Worcester

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With a population of 185,428, Worcester, Massachusetts is the second-most populous city in the state, behind Boston. Worcester is the county seat of Worcester County, and due to its central location, has been nicknamed the “Heart of the Commonwealth.” Due to the city’s size and the many methadone clinics in Massachusetts, there are a number of opioid addiction treatment options for people who live around here. While some clinics only offer methadone therapy, there are methadone clinic Worcester MA options that also provide psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Medication-Assisted Therapy, or MAT, which combines methadone treatment with these other types of addiction treatment is known to produce the highest recovery rates for people with opioid use disorder. Because addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease, it is important to continue methadone maintenance for as long as you need. Most people require at least 12 months, and some stay on methadone indefinitely. Staff at methadone clinics in Massachusetts will work with patients to determine the ideal treatment approach and duration.

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