Methadone Clinics in Layton, Utah

Name Address City
Discovery House Comprehensive Treatment Center of Layton 523 West Heritage Park Blvd Suite 4 Layton
BAART Programs Ogden 2557 Lincoln Avenue Ogden
Bountiful Treatment Center 146 West 300 South Street, Suite 100 Bountiful
Metro Treatment of Utah, LP 146 West 300 South, Suite 100 Bountiful
Bountiful Treatment Center 763 West 700 South Suite B Woods Cross

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Layton, a city with a 2019 estimated population of 78,014, is the most populous city in Davis County and the ninth most populous in the U.S. state of Utah. Layton, like every other city, is likely to be home to many people who are suffering from opioid dependence. The city has a total area of 58.67 km² on which some methadone clinics can be found. Locals and residents of nearby cities may medically treat opioid dependence at any methadone clinic in Layton. Methadone clinics give medical support to people experiencing opioid dependence. They correct the condition by pairing doses of methadone with psychosocial support and counseling. Most methadone clinics in Utah do not find it difficult to offer such a combination because added to the dispensing of drugs, they provide more services like social and mental health services. Methadone, unlike opioids, is not harmful. The medication is an opioid agonist with long-lasting effects in the body than those of opioids. Although methadone maintenance may have some side effects, they are not health-threatening if the program enrollee fully complies with the instructions of the healthcare professional. Doses of methadone are only available through an opioid treatment program at methadone health centers accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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