Methadone Clinics in Fort Mill, South Carolina

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Fort Mill, South Carolina, also known as Fort Mill Township, is located south of Charlotte, North Carolina and north of Rock Hill. The population has more than doubled over the past decade, growing from 10,811 in 2010 to an estimated 22,284 in 2019. This burgeoning city has the same need for the services of methadone clinics in South Carolina seen in any other city in the state. A methadone clinic Fort Mill SC can help you transform your life, if you let it. Contrary to the common misconception, taking methadone is not the same as replacing one opioid drug with another. Although methadone is a type of opioid that can be used for pain relief, it will not get patients high. At the proper dosage, methadone will block symptoms of withdrawal and drug cravings, while also preventing patients from feeling the euphoric effects of alcohol or other opioids. This restores patients to an earlier, superior state of functioning, which gives them the strength to attend to other, non-pharmaceutical approaches to addiction recovery. Treatment plans should be customized to each patient, but most do include co-occurring disorder treatment, group therapy and/or peer support group meetings like Narcotics Anonymous, and behavioral therapy.

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