Methadone Clinics in Doylestown, Pennsylvania

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The borough of Doylestown, Pennsylvania is the Bucks County seat, and has a population of 8,272. Doylestown is located about 25 miles south of Easton, Pennsylvania, 25 miles north of Center City Philadelphia, and only 15 miles northwest of Trenton, New Jersey. Although close to larger metro areas, there are more convenient methadone clinics in Pennsylvania where Doylestown locals can seek treatment for opioid use disorder. Anyone addicted to heroin or other opioid drugs can find a methadone clinic in Doylestown to help them start a new life freed from the prison of active addiction. Although the public conception of opioid addiction has lost many of its stereotypical ideas in recent years, there are still some damaging misconceptions about methadone that keep people from seeking the treatment they need. One of the most damaging is the myth that taking methadone is just replacing one drug with another. This is false because, first of all, methadone therapy does not get patients high. What it does do is bring them back to a neutral state of functioning by preventing the massive neurotransmitter crash that leads to drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Then patients can work on healing other addiction issues.

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