Methadone Clinics in Phillipsburg, New Jersey

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Stateline Medical Phillipsburg 590 Marshall Street Phillipsburg
Pinnacle Treatment Centers NJ-II, T/A Stateline Medical 590 Marshall St. Phillipsburg
New Directions Treatment Services 2442 Broadhead Road Bethlehem
Crossroads Belvidere 526 Water St Belvidere

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The town of Phillipsburg, New Jersey in Warren County, has a population of 14,212, and is a sister city to Eason, Pennsylvania, which is located across the Delaware River. Methadone clinics in New Jersey offer medical opioid addiction treatment throughout the state, as well as here in Warren County. Locals suffering opioid addiction should seek out a methadone clinic Phillipsburg NJ right away. The sooner treatment starts, the sooner recovery can begin. Some methadone clinics are part of larger rehabilitation facility programs, and some are stand-alone clinics that only offer methadone therapy. No matter the type of clinic that is administering the daily methadone dose, the patient receiving that dose should be sure that they also receive other forms of addiction treatment to address co-occurring mental health disorders such as depression, and to identify drug use triggers and learn ways to either avoid those triggers, or cope with them in a positive manner that supports recovery.

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