Methadone Clinics in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

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Aliquippa is a city in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The city’s population was 9,438 at the 2010 census. Even cities with a very small number of residents are coping with those individuals who are suffering from opioid addiction. For state residents struggling with opioid dependency, treatment is available at methadone clinics in Pennsylvania. Local residents in this city don’t have to go far to find an Aliquippa methadone clinic that provides the medication-assisted treatment that has been proven to be effective for decades. It is also known that methadone works best when combined with behavioral therapy, psychological counseling, group therapy, and 12-step meetings. Sometimes, family therapy is also included and is not only designed for family members, but for anyone who is important to the person in recovery. Also, methadone treats the physical side of addiction while the therapy and counseling address the psychological issues that are fueling addiction. Undoubtedly, it helps the patient to make changes in their environment in order to be able to achieve full recovery. It can be achieved if the patient is strong-willed and has support from the closest family members.

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