Methadone Clinics in Charleroi, Pennsylvania

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The borough of Charleroi, Pennsylvania is 21 miles south of Pittsburgh, in Washington County, and has a population of 3,901. If you or a person that you care about is addicted to opioid drugs, you should know that the best treatment option is found at of the many quality methadone clinics in Pennsylvania. There is a methadone clinic Charleroi PA that may make the difference between life and death. Addiction impacts not just the person who is addicted, but everyone who cares about that person, and even the community the person lives in. Therefore, getting treatment does not just benefit one person, but many. It makes sense, then, to accept professional help, and choose the treatment approach that is most likely to work. For opioid addiction that approach is Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT), which integrates a range of treatment methods such as counseling and behavioral therapy with methadone or buprenorphine treatment. The medication is a key part of treatment as easing the symptoms of physical addiction allows patients to function well and immediately start feeling better, but this is in part so that they can benefit from the other necessary aspects of a full recovery plan.

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