Methadone Clinics in Florence, South Carolina

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The city of Florence, South Carolina has a population of 38,531, and is the Florence County seat. It is the major city of the Florence metropolitan area. Methadone clinics in South Carolina have been established to meet the needs of a public affected by the opioid crisis. If you or a loved one is addicted to opiate drugs like heroin or prescription pain medicine, know that there is a methadone clinic in Florence SC to help. Methadone has been around since the 1960s, so there is a large body of evidence proving its effectiveness, and helping to guide physicians about the best ways in which to use the medication. What research has found is that the highest recovery rates come from combining methadone with other forms of rehab treatment, like behavioral therapy, family therapy, and individual counseling. With a well-rounded treatment approach, patients can address the many root causes of addiction, so that they understand themselves and can heal. Therapy can also guide them towards necessary life changes that will support a sober lifestyle, and being on methadone for at least a year will give patients the time and stability they need to recognize and make all of these necessary changes.

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