Methadone Clinics in Orefield, Pennsylvania

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Orefield, Pennsylvania is a small, unincorporated, Lehigh County community that is split between South Whitehall and North Whitehall township. It was named for the extensive iron ore deposits that were once mined there. Today, Orefield residents struggle with the epidemic of opioid addiction that has made methadone clinics in Pennsylvania so essential to the public. If you or someone you love has a problem with opioids, hope can be found at a methadone clinic Orefield PA. Opioid addiction is a chronic medical disease that cannot be managed without medical treatment. A person with asthma would not try to overcome their incurable condition on their own, and neither should a person with opioid use disorder. Just like people with moderate to severe asthma need to use a daily maintenance inhaler, people with moderate to severe opioid addiction need to receive daily methadone therapy. Methadone prevents the withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings that might otherwise lead to a tragic relapse. This keeps patients on track and able to benefit from behavioral therapy, 12-step meetings, counseling and other actions aimed at supporting a lifelong sobriety.

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ARK Behavioral Health

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