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Pinehurst is a village in Moore County, in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the city’s population was recorded to be 13,124. Like in any city across the nation, there are still many desperate residents who need opioid addiction recovery treatment provided by methadone clinics in North Carolina. Seeking a methadone clinic Pinehurst NC is definitely the first step of breaking free from opioid consumption. In the vast majority of cases, addiction tricks people and puts them in a never-ending cycle where their every thought is associated with getting, using, or dealing with opioid drugs. Fortunately, there is always a solution. The cycle can only be broken with professional addiction treatment. One of them, and probably the best one is methadone treatment at one of many methadone clinics across the state. Addiction is a very dangerous disease that can ruin lives and break relationships, and methadone is a medication to treat that disease. However, it is not a cure. Methadone is a medication to manage the symptoms of the addiction. Along with methadone, patients recovering from opioid addiction should also find counselors and participate in support group meetings.

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