Methadone Clinics in Temple, Texas

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Temple, a city in Bell County, had a population estimated at 78,439 as of 2019. This makes it the second largest of the three principal cities in the county. Temple has an area of 196.9 km², which makes it one of the cities with the largest area in the state of Texas. People who need medical assistance to overcome opioid addiction in the city may visit any methadone clinic in Temple Texas for medication-assisted treatment. Methadone is a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for medical treatment of opioid dependency. It has restored many people by blocking the effects of opioids and making them function better. Its effectiveness has given it a place on the list of essential medications by the World Health Organization. To avoid diversion into the illicit market and misuse, methadone is to be taken under the supervision of an expert. Program enrollees who display constant compliance and stability may be granted permission to take medication at home between visits. Although methadone maintenance is tailored for individuals, it has a level of regulation. Most methadone clinics in Texas, as it is in other states, combine doses of methadone with counseling and psychosocial support. It is the combination that makes the medication-assisted treatment.

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