Methadone Clinics in Elizabeth, New Jersey

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The Lennard Clinic – III 850 Woodruff Lane Elizabeth
American Habitare Counseling 687 Frelinghuysen Avenue Newark
The Lennard Clinic 461 Frelinghuysen Ave Newark
Habit OPCO To Be Determined Irvington
East Orange VA Medical Center 385 Tremont Ave. East Orange
East Orange Substance Abuse Treatment Program To Be Determined East Orange
MMTP Clinic-Staten Island 111 Water Street Staten Island
Spectrum To Be Determined Jersey City
Inter-County Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse 480-482 Kearny Ave. Kearny
Khaleidoscope Health Care 75 Harrison Ave. Jersey City
Pompa Dominic 78 9th Street Staten Island
Aiden Kanwardeep MD 444 Huguenot Ave Staten Island
Lutheran Medical Center – Acute Care Addiction Program 150 55th St. Brooklyn
Urban Recovery: Addiction Treatment Center In Brooklyn, NY 411 Van Brunt Street Brooklyn
Brooklyn Campus of the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System 800 Poly Place Brooklyn
BOP 100 29th Street Brooklyn
Integrity House, Inc. 595 County Ave. Secaucus
Narco Freedom Inc 561 Court Street Brooklyn
Dole MMTP-Beth Israel Brooklyn 25 12th St 2nd floor Brooklyn
South Brooklyn Methadone Clinic 685 3rd Ave Brooklyn Brooklyn

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With a population of 129,216 in 2019, Elizabeth, New Jersey is the fourth most populous city in the state, as well as the county seat of Union County. Methadone clinics in New Jersey can be found in cities across the state, to ensure that residents can find the opioid addiction help they need. When locals are ready to accept professional addiction help, they should turn to a methadone clinic Elizabeth NJ as soon as possible. In 2018, nearly 70% of the overdose deaths in the United States could be linked to opioids. Due to the various interactions possible with opioid drugs and how quickly chronic users develop a tolerance to the euphoric effects of opioids, overdose becomes more and more likely the longer someone continues to use. In fact, overdose is especially common when a person relapses after an attempt to quit opioids. If an individual takes their usual dose without realizing how much lower their tolerance has become since quitting, the amount they take could very well prove fatal. Methadone prevents the kind of withdrawal symptoms and cravings that can lead to dangerous relapses.

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