Methadone Clinics in Ephrata, Pennsylvania

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The borough of Ephrata, Pennsylvania is in Lancaster County, approximately 60 miles west-northwest of Philadelphia and 42 miles east of Harrisburg. Ephrata is named for the biblical town of Ephrath, in what is now known as Israel. There are many citizens who need a methadone clinic Ephrata PA to free them from the addiction cycle and help them rediscover their dreams. All methadone clinics in Pennsylvania are staffed by trained medical personnel who supervise methadone administration to ensure that patients are getting the right treatment for them. Adjustments can be made if patients are not progressing as they should. Some patients may be switched to buprenorphine if the clinic doctor decides the patient is a better candidate for that prescription. Methadone or buprenorphine treatment should continue for twelve months or longer. This is because, even after an intensive treatment program ends, patients still have many different issues to deal with and changes to make in their lives, and methadone will keep brain chemistry stable while they do so. Furthermore, patients should have a long stretch of doing very well without struggling against relapse before weaning off of methadone should even be considered.

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