Methadone Clinics in Odessa, Texas

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Odessa, a city with a population estimated at 123,334 as of 2019, is the county seat of Ector County. Although that means it is situated in Ector County, a small portion of the Odessa extends into Midland County. It has an area of 133 km². The population and the land area mean it could be regarded as one of the big cities in Texas. People suffering from opioid addiction may walk into any methadone clinic Odessa Tx to get medication-assisted treatment from a practitioner. Methadone is one of the three drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of opioid use disorder. It is a safe and effective medication that reduces craving and blocks the effects of opioids. Methadone clinics combine doses of methadone with behavioral therapies and counseling to make a full package of medication-assisted treatment. Some methadone clinics in Texas offer more than medication-assisted treatment. Doses of methadone are specifically tailored for individuals, therefore they may not be shared. The health provider observes the need of the program enrollee to prescribe doses. They are reduced with time. Some program enrollees completely recover in a short time, some take more time, others may have to take the medication indefinitely.

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