Methadone Clinics in Anderson, South Carolina

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The city of Anderson is the seat of Anderson County, South Carolina, and has a population of 27,676. Nicknamed “The Electric City,” Anderson is part of the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson Combined Statistical Area. Methadone clinics in South Carolina are available in this area, and in particular, locals can turn to a methadone clinic Anderson SC for quality opioid addiction treatment. The gold standard in treatment for opioid addiction is MAT, which stands for Medication Assisted Treatment. MAT is an integrated and customized approach to recovery that combines medication (either methadone or buprenorphine) with rehab treatment interventions like CBT, peer support groups, family counseling, and other therapies that heal the complicated root causes of active addiction. Numerous studies have shown that MAT works better than either methadone or non-medical treatments can work alone. That’s because the effects of the methadone treat the devastating symptoms of physical addiction that make relapse so tempting, but that is not enough for long-term sobriety. However, it is perfect for putting patients into a stable and receptive state of functioning to get the full benefit from the non-medical treatments they need, keeping them on track long enough to be able to make the changes necessary for lifelong recovery.

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