Methadone Clinics in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Name Address City
Volunteer Comprehensive Treatment Center 2347 Rossville Blvd Chattanooga
Neptune Clinical Group, Inc. 822 Chickamauga Ave. Rossville
Crossroads Treatment Centers Fort Oglethorpe 2007 Old Lafayette Rd Fort Oglethorpe
Metro Treatment of Georgia, LP 2007 Old LaFayette Road Fort Oglethorpe
NORTHWEST GEORGIA TREATMENT CENTER 2007 Old Lafayette Rd. Fort Oglethorpe
Crossroads of Northwest Georgia 4083 Cloud Springs Road Ringgold
Tri-State Treatment 1236 Highway 299 Wildwood
Ringgold Treatment Center 8292 US 41 Ringgold

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Chattanooga, a city with an estimated 2019 population of 182,799 and a total area of 370.9 km² of which 5.12% is water, is the county seat of Hamilton County and the fourth largest city in Tennessee. Any city with such a population should be, ideally, considered home to multiple people experiencing opioid addiction because of the extent to which the problem has spread in recent years. Locals may treat opioid use disorder in any Chattanooga methadone clinic. Overcoming opiate addiction without assistance may be difficult for those suffering from it because the symptoms of opioid withdrawal could be disturbing. One of the ways of correcting opioid use disorder is treating it with methadone. Methadone, an approved opioid agonist, helps people who rely psychologically or physically on substance use. The medication helps patients to function better socially and restores calmness to the body. Although methadone clinics are specialists in conducting opioid treatment programs, some methadone clinics in Tennessee provide more services like consultation and mental health services. The medication is not to be shared between individuals because only the required doses are dispensed to program enrollees after the medication-assisted treatment professional considers their health history and the level of damage done. Unlike opioids, methadone is not harmful.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) could be forwarded to SAMHSA or a verified treatment provider. Calls are routed based on availability and geographic location.

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