Methadone Clinics in Weatherford, Texas

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Weatherford, the county seat of Parker County, had a 2018 population estimated at 31,836. It has an area of 74.95 km². Although it is not one of the most populous cities like Houston and San Antonio, from a list of many, Weatherford is one of the cities in the state of Texas that ranks fairly well. Treatment for opioid dependency is available to inhabitants of the city at any methadone clinic Weatherford Tx. Methadone is one of the three approved drugs by the Food and Drug Administration for medication-assisted drug use therapy. It is a safe and effective option that reduces craving and withdrawal. Methadone does not make full medication-assisted treatment if it is not combined with psychological support and counseling. It is not difficult to get this in methadone clinics in Texas. The effectiveness of methadone gave it a place on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. Self-medication is discouraged because misuse of methadone may cause some side effects. The patient has to be honest with their full health history to help the medication-assisted treatment practitioner prescribe the right dose. For the first few days, program enrollees are put under close observation. A program visit schedule is drawn after the first few days. Maintenance could be short term or long term.

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