Methadone Clinics in Santa Fe, New Mexico

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New Mexico Treatment Services Santa Fe 1264 Rodeo Road Santa Fe
St. Francis Health Center To Be Determined Santa Fe
Santa Fe Health Services 1494 S St Francis Dr Albuquerque

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Santa Fe is the capital of the U.S. state of New Mexico. Being one of the largest cities in the state of New Mexico, with a population of 84,683 estimated in 2019, it is certainly home to many opioid addicts. As commonly known, the opioid crisis has hit the U.S. hard in recent decades and Santa Fe is not an exception. Methadone clinic Santa Fe acknowledged this situation in the best possible way and started providing medication-assisted treatment decades ago. Methadone clinics in New Mexico encourage all individuals who are battling opioid dependency to seek help and start the methadone treatment as soon as possible. Methadone is one of the approved drugs by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of opioid addiction and has helped millions of people over the years. Doses of methadone can significantly ease pain and withdrawal symptoms. Due to the fact that opioid dependency has some psychological effects, methadone program participants are encouraged to take part in behavioral therapies and counseling. Doses of methadone could last roughly about 24-36 hours but more doses could be given within that period depending on the observation of the healthcare professional.

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