Methadone Clinics in Siler City, North Carolina

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Chatham Recovery 1758 E 11th Street Suite E Siler City
Crossroads Treatment Centers Greensboro 2706 N Church St Greensboro
Kip Alan Corrington, M.D. 436 Spring Garden Street Greensboro
BAART Programs Durham 800 N Mangum Street Suite 400 Durham
Hillsborough Recovery Solutions 129 Mayo Street Hillsborough
Sanford Treatment Center 2800 Industrial Dr Sanford
Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS) 1101 Carolina St Greensboro
Steven Paul Barnett, M.D. Fellowship Hall Greensboro
Dr. Rupinder Kaur, MD 3300 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, NC 27410 Greensboro
Thomas W. Brown, M.D. 405 Blandwood Avenue Greensboro
Thomasville Treatment Associates 1301 National Hwy Thomasville
Irving A. Lugo, M.D. 2307 West Cone Boulevard Greensboro
Western Wake Treatment Center 2172 N. Salem Street Apex
Pinehurst Comprehensive Treatment Center 20 Page Dr Suite 8 Pinehurst
New Season Treatment Center – Durham 1913 Lamar Street Durham
New Season Treatment Center – Greensboro 207 S Westgate Dr Suites G-J Greensboro
Dr. Carol L. Sena, MD 213 East Bessemer Avenue Greensboro
Cone Health LeBauer Pulmonary Care at Greensboro 3511 West Market Street Greensboro

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Siler City is a small town in Chatham County, in the state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the town’s population was estimated at 7,887. Residents of the city who are suffering from opioid dependency may reach out to the methadone clinic Siler City NC for medication-assisted treatment. Some methadone clinics in North Carolina may offer additional services. Opioid addiction is the reliance on opioids during which an individual most commonly loses all focus and gets into trouble on a daily basis. Most people with opioid addiction would love to break free from drugs but they feel helpless because of the insane craving and pains which make them weak and susceptible to taking drugs the first chance they get. Well, methadone can be the answer to this problem. It calms the body and reduces pain. It blocks the symptoms of opioids, making the patient function normally which was not the case while the addiction was active. Although it is very effective, self-medication is not allowed because it could result in severe negative effects and bring more problems. Methadone is at the risk of being misused or diverted to the illicit market.

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