In Monmouth County, Neptune City, New Jersey is a borough with a population of 4,596. Members of this small community are not immune to the opioid crisis and many are in need of a Neptune City methadone clinic for addiction treatment. All methadone clinics in New Jersey are nationally accredited and registered with the government, which means they must follow certain guidelines to remain in operation. One of these guidelines is that all clinics are overseen by a doctor and run by medical professionals. All prospective patients are first given a thorough exam and interview to make sure that methadone treatment is appropriate for them, and if so, what the proper dosage may be. Then, once treatment starts, patients are carefully monitored for safety and progress, and dosages are adjusted if the patient isn’t getting the full benefit from the treatment. Methadone should suppress the withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings caused by quitting opioids, so that patients can work on themselves and their environment and habits to support a life free from active addiction.