Methadone Clinics in Paterson, New Jersey

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Northeast Life Skills Associates 121 Howe Ave Passaic
Monsignor Wall Social Services Center 149 Hudson St, Hackensack, Paramus
Inter-County Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse 480-482 Kearny Ave. Kearny
Integrity House, Inc. 595 County Ave. Secaucus
East Orange Substance Abuse Treatment Program To Be Determined East Orange
East Orange VA Medical Center 385 Tremont Ave. East Orange
Habit OPCO To Be Determined Irvington
Samaritan Daytop Village Inc 68 W 106th St New York
Good Samaritan Hospital 255 Lafayette Ave. Suffern
Elev8 Recovery Center New York 151 West 136 Street New York
START Treatment & Recovery Centers – Teen START 119 W 124th St New York
Addiction Institute of Mount Sinai – Mount Sinai West 1000 10th Avenue New York
NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem 506 Lenox Avenue New York
Daytop Village Inc 55 W 125th St New York
Harlem Hospital Center Chemical Dependency Outpatient Service To Be Determined New York
James J. Peters Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 130 West Kingsbridge Road Bronx
Albert Einstein College of Medicine Division of Substance Abuse 260 East 161st Street, Track Level Bronx
The Lennard Clinic 461 Frelinghuysen Ave Newark
Narco Freedom To Be Determined Bronx
Khaleidoscope Health Care 75 Harrison Ave. Jersey City

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With a population of 145,233, Paterson, New Jersey is the third most populous city in the state, and the largest city in Passaic County. Paterson also has the second highest percentage of Muslim citizens in the United States. For any citizen of Paterson addicted to opioids and in need of treatment from one of the methadone clinics in New Jersey, the right methadone clinic Paterson NJ is out there, waiting to be found. Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease. Although it can be managed like other chronic diseases, such as epilepsy, it cannot be cured. Recovery should be viewed as an ongoing journey, not an experience with a start date and a stop date. Although some aspects of the journey, such as counseling and behavioral therapy sessions will be most intensive early on, the work will continue indefinitely, and should not be neglected. Methadone therapy should last for at least one year, although it should continue for as long as the patient needs.

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