Methadone Clinics in West Columbia, South Carolina

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West Columbia, a commuter town in Lexington County, had a 2019 estimated population of 17,998. Like every other city with a similar population, West Columbia is to be considered a possible home to a few people suffering from opioid addiction. In its total area of 23.73 km², there are some methadone clinics. Residents of West Columbia and neighboring towns may consider walking into any methadone clinic West Columbia SC to medically treat opiate dependence. Methadone clinics in South Carolina are always willing to assist people who rely, physically or psychologically, on substance use. The clinics dispense doses of methadone for the correction of the condition. The doses are adjusted depending on the improvement of the program enrollee’s condition. The first few days of the opioid treatment program happens under the close supervision of the medication-assisted treatment practitioner. A program visit schedule could be agreed on after the first few days. Program enrollees who show compliance may be permitted to take medication at home and give feedback to the healthcare professional. Doses of methadone relieve pains and calm the system. The drug reduces the painful symptoms of withdrawal, helping the program enrollee to function better socially. Although the drug is not harmful, it should only be taken as prescribed by the medication-assisted treatment professional.

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ARK Behavioral Health

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