Methadone Clinics in Johnson City, Tennessee

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Although Johnson City is situated in Washington County, some parts of the city extend into Carter and Sullivan Counties. It is rated the ninth-largest city in the U.S. state of Tennessee, which means it is likely home to multiple people suffering from opioid dependency. It has a total area of 112.9 km² of which 0.75% is water and as of 2019, it had a population estimated at 66,906. Locals may medically treat opioid use disorder at any methadone clinic in Johnson City TN. Medically treating opiate addiction is a good way to overcome it. One of the medications medication-assisted treatment professionals dispense to correct this situation is methadone. Doses of methadone are available in diskettes, liquid, and powder forms. A single dose could reduce craving, relieve pains, and restore calmness to the body. Unlike opioids, the effects of methadone are long-lasting, therefore program enrollees do not have to take it as much as opioids. If taken as prescribed by the healthcare professional, methadone would not cause any harm or side effects. Self-mediation is dangerous because healthcare professionals have to put the program enrollees’ health history into consideration before dispensing medication. All methadone clinics in Tennessee must be accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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