Methadone Clinics in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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In South Central Pennsylvania, Lancaster is one of the United States’ oldest inland towns. It is located in Lancaster County, serves as the county seat, and has a population of 59,265. An opioid crisis has swept our nation, and Lancaster has not been left untouched. The best way to combat this crisis is with the effective treatment provided by methadone clinics in Pennsylvania. Methadone is a daily prescription medicine that is available in three forms: liquid, powder, and diskette. Because it must be given daily under a nurse or doctor’s supervision, patients need to go to a clinic to have the medication administered to them. Thankfully, anyone in Lancaster can find a nearby Lancaster methadone clinic for their own methadone therapy. Although it can be tempting to cut methadone treatment short, out of a desire to make it on your own, in truth, continuing methadone is the smartest choice and shows a true dedication to recovery. Experts in the field of addiction agree that the greatest benefit from methadone maintenance are attained when patients continue for at least 12 months. No one should ever quit methadone abruptly. Their doctor should guide them through a slow tapering plan.

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