Methadone Clinics in Dunmore, Pennsylvania

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Dunmore, Pennsylvania is a borough in Lackawanna County. Incorporated in 1862, the borough had a population explosion between 1890 and 1940, increasing from 8,315 to 23,086. The current population, however, is 12,954. Methadone clinics in Pennsylvania are a necessity in good times and bad. Opioid addiction is a progressive, chronic, medical disease, and locals who are dealing with this addiction need professional treatment from a methadone clinic in Dunmore PA. Addiction treatment should be many-layered to be successful. The foundation is methadone, because it treats the withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings of physical addiction, permitting patients to function well and attend to other forms of therapy. Another layer is psychological, such as depression, anxiety, and traumas that must be identified and treated or worked through. Another layer is behavioral, as in the many habits, or patterns of thought and action that lead to almost automatic drug use. These habits must be broken and replaced with useful, healthy patterns. The top layer is the practical, environmental layer. For a lasting recovery, patients much make sure their lifestyles complement sobriety. They can’t have roommates who are drug addicts. They need steady work. This layer is what keeps people on track for the long-term.

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