Methadone Clinics in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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The city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is in the eastern portion of the state, in the Lehigh Valley region. Bethlehem’s population is 75,815, and the city is located in both Lehigh and Northampton counties. For state residents struggling with opioid addiction, treatment is available at methadone clinics in Pennsylvania. Locals in this city do not have to look far to find a methadone clinic Bethlehem PA that offers the pharmaceutical opioid addiction treatment that has been proven effective for more than fifty years. Methadone works best when paired with behavioral therapy, psychological counseling, group therapy, 12-step meetings, and family therapy, which is not only for family members, but for anyone who is important to the person in recovery. The methadone treats physical addiction while the therapy and counseling address the interior issues fueling addiction and help guide the patient to make changes in their environment to complement recovery. For example, depression should be treated with antidepressants, and not self-medicated with opioids, and if the patient works at a bar where drugs are readily available, they may need vocational counseling to find a work environment that won’t derail their recovery progress.

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