Methadone Clinics in Ashley, Pennsylvania

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The borough of Ashley, Pennsylvania has a population of 2,723, and is located in Luzerne County. Methadone clinics in Pennsylvania can help residents in this borough overcome their active addiction to opioid drugs so that they can once more be in charge of their own lives. The first step to a new life is seeking out a methadone clinic Ashley Pennsylvania. Next, the medical staff at the clinic will conduct a thorough intake exam and interview to assess the new patient and find the right dosage of methadone for that patient’s needs. This dose may be ideal from the start, or it may need to be adjusted after observations are made. Some patients may even be switched to buprenorphine. What matters is that the clinic’s goal will be the same as the patient’s: to find the right daily medication to relieve the patient of withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings so that they can give up opioid drug abuse and yet function normally. Methadone allows patients to live their lives and to build new lives by keeping them strong enough to apply the coaching in cognitive behavioral therapy and lessons learned in counseling and family therapy

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