Methadone Clinics in Thomasville, North Carolina

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Thomasville, a city in Davidson County, North Carolina with an estimated population of 26,757 back in 2010, is home to so many people who are suffering from opioid addiction. That is why Thomasville methadone clinic provides the medication-assisted treatment to both young and old individuals who are having a hard time with their addiction. Of course, all methadone clinics in North Carolina are federally certified and accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in order to be allowed to dispense medication. The medication-assisted treatment represents the use of medications in alliance with counseling and other psychological therapies. When combined together, they are effective in the treatment of opioid use disorders (OUD) and can help individuals to maintain and endure recovery. There can be many challenges along the way, but with group counseling and moral support from the closest members of the family, patients can start feeling empowered to finish the treatment and preserve the long-term sobriety. If methadone is taken in compliance with the recommendations of the healthcare practitioner, full recovery is possible. Methadone maintenance includes counseling in the vast majority of cases.

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