Methadone Clinics in Concord, North Carolina

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McLeod Centers For Wellbeing Concord 300 Copperfield Blvd. Concord

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Concord is a city in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. As of 2019, an estimated population was 96,341. People experiencing opioid addiction are more than welcome to reach out to any Concord methadone clinic for the purpose of medical assistance. As popularly known, opioid addiction is psychological or physical reliance on opioids despite negative effects. Methadone clinics in North Carolina, as other methadone clinics across the globe, administer doses of methadone to patients suffering from opioid use disorder. A great thing about methadone is the fact that it is effective and safe. It is approved by the Food and Drug Administration and it is on the list of the World Health Organization’s important medications. Also, methadone could be available as liquid, powder, or diskettes. Amazing news for all patients is that methadone is often combined with counseling and other psychological therapies. In order to avoid diversion to the illicit market, methadone is regulated, and it should be taken only under the supervision of a healthcare professional at the clinic. Maintenance of methadone could last for years in many cases and it could also be indefinite for a great number of patients.

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