Methadone Clinics in Meadville, Pennsylvania

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The city of Meadville, Pennsylvania is the Crawford County seat, and has a population of 12,655. Meadville is within 90 miles of Pittsburgh and 40 miles of Erie and was Northwestern Pennsylvania’s first permanent settlement. Today, residents can turn to a methadone clinic Meadville PA to get treatment for opioid addiction. All methadone clinics in Pennsylvania are staffed with medical professionals who provide an intake exam and interview so that each patient is thoroughly evaluated before they are assigned a treatment plan and a methadone dosage. On the appropriate dosage of methadone, patients can stay off opioid drugs and still maintain stable levels of neurotransmitters, so that they do not have to suffer withdrawals or intense drug cravings after quitting. They can function well, attending to daily responsibilities, and to the work needed to achieve a full recovery. Interior changes made with counseling and behavioral therapy to identify and cope with drug use triggers are essential, as are exterior changes, such as finding or creating a safe and supportive home environment. Although some people are able to stop taking methadone earlier, most people are advised to continue methadone maintenance for at least a year or two.

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