Methadone Clinics in Plano, Texas

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West Texas Counseling & Rehabilitation 1108 Dobie Dr #102 Plano
Dr. Gwendolyn K. Shipe, MD – Functional Medicine Psychiatrist 17000 Preston Rd Suite 400 Dallas
Medical City Green Oaks Hospital 7808 Clodus Fields Drive Dallas
West Tx Counseling & Rehab To Be Determined Garland
Addiction Services, LLC 2309 Virginia Parkway, #200 McKinney
MedPro Treament Center To Be Determined McKinney
Fleischmann Ronald MD 8411 Preston Road Suite 712 Dallas
North Dallas Drug Rehabilitation Center 1606 South I-35 East, Suite 101 Carrollton
Anchor of Hope Opioid Treatment Program 2307 Springlake Road, Suite 500 Dallas
Garland Treatment Center 6246 Broadway Blvd., Suite 102 Garland
Nexus Recovery 8733 La Prada Dr Dallas

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Plano, a city with a population estimated at 288,061 as of 2018 and an area of 186.6 km², is one of the largest and most populous cities in Texas. Most part of the city is situated in Collin County but a small section of it extends into Denton County. Wherever there are people, opioid addiction is a threat. People suffering from opioid dependency in this city may visit any methadone clinic Plano Tx for medical assistance. Although some methadone clinics in Texas offer additional medical and social services, they are specialized in the prescription of medication for medically assisted drug abuse therapy. Methadone is one of the three approved opioid agonists. It is offered to people suffering from opioid addiction to help them recover. Doses of methadone are often combined with counseling and psychosocial support to help program enrollees overcome craving and the effects of opioids. Usually, methadone maintenance lasts over a year. There is no recommended maximum duration of maintenance because treatment is tailored for individuals and some program enrollees may have to take medication indefinitely. It is safe and regulated. Often, medication is under the supervision of a health provider to avoid misuse and diversion into the illicit market, but with some displayed level of compliance, permission may be granted to take medication at home, between visits.

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