Methadone Clinics in Orem, Utah

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Orem Comprehensive Treatment Center 714 South State St Orem

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Orem, a city in Utah County, is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. state of Utah. Its population estimate is almost up to a hundred thousand, meaning it is likely home to multiple people who are battling with opioid addiction. As of 2019, it had a population estimated at 97,828. Also, the city has a total area of 48.1 km². Locals and residents of nearby cities may medically treat opiate addiction at any methadone clinic in Orem. People suffering from opiate addiction don’t find it easy to quit taking substance despite the adverse effects they cause. The condition is serious because opioid gives euphoria and relieves pains but its effects are not long-term. They are immediately followed by craving, pains could set in too. The Food and Drug Administration approved methadone for the correction of such a situation because the medication is capable of replacing opioids without having adverse effects. Not only does the drug last longer than opioids, but it also blocks the negative effects of substance use and its withdrawal symptoms. Methadone has now become an important medication in the society, resulting in its inclusion on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medications. Opioid treatment program enrollees are encouraged to participate in behavioral therapies. Most methadone clinics in Utah offer this.

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