|Crossroads of Charleston||2470 Mall Drive Unit C & D||North Charleston|
|Center For Behavioral Health North Charleston||2301 Cosgrove Ave #F||North Charleston|
|Center for Behavioral Health South Carolina Inc||2301 Cosgrove Avenue, Suite F||Charleston|
|Ralph H Johnson VA Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Center||109 Bee Street||Charleston|
|Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services of Charleston County||5 Charleston Center Dr.||Charleston|
|Charleston Center of Charleston County||5 Charleston Center Drive||Charleston|
|Recovery Concepts||124-A Boardwalk Drive||Ridgeland|
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North Charleston, a city with incorporated areas in all of Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties, is the third-largest city in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It is home to over a hundred thousand people which means it is likely to be home to multiple people who are suffering from opioid dependency. It has a total area of 209.9 km² of which 4.52% is water and it had a population of 115,382 as of 2019. Residents of the city may medically treat opiate dependence in methadone clinic North Charleston. It is not easy to stop the use of opioids, even when there are adverse effects, because craving could be uncontrollable and withdrawal is painful. Although there are several means for overcoming opiate dependence, methadone is one of the three medications used for medically assisted opioid addiction. Unlike opioids, methadone is not harmful. It reduces craving and pains. The drug has been used to recover many program enrollees, which gave it a slot on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. As safe as it is, the dispensing of methadone is only available through an opioid treatment program. This is to ensure some level of regulation, a move to avoid diversion into the illicit market, and also protect patients. All methadone clinics in South Carolina have to register with the Drug Enforcement Administration before dispensing medication.