Methadone Clinics in Watch Hill, Rhode Island

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BHG Westerly Treatment Center 86 Beach St Watch Hill
BHG Westerly Treatment Center 86 Beach St. Westerly
Root Center for Advanced Recovery New London Clinic 931 Bank Street New London

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Watch Hill, Rhode Island is a census-designated place in the affluent coastal town of Westerly. In the 2010 census, Watch Hill had only 154 residents. Despite its wealth and exclusivity, there are people in need of a Watch Hill methadone clinic. No one is immune from opioid addiction, and people suffering this addiction come from all walks of life. Thankfully, there are methadone clinics in Rhode Island offering this life-saving medication. Methadone relieves the devastating cravings and withdrawals that occur when someone tries to quit opioid drugs. Methadone must be taken daily, and for optimum results, should continue for at least one year. Other therapies, such as behavioral therapy to learn healthier habits and coping mechanisms, and counseling to deal with important psychological issues, may start off as a daily part of an intensive treatment program, but then slowly step-down in intensity and frequency to the occasional check-in session. What’s important is that the person in recovery be honest with themselves about what they need to do to stay healthy and off drugs.

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