Methadone Clinics

Methadone Clinics

If you or a loved one is fighting Heroin, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, or Morphine abuse, Methadone clinics are often the solution. Their programs are designed around the detox and rehab needs for people addicted to opioid painkillers. After ridding the body of the opiate in question ("detoxification"), a patient will usually enter a course of addiction therapy and counseling ("rehab") for 30 to 90 days. Find our more about how Methadone treatment centers can help you get your life, or a family member's life, back on track.

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How Can a Methadone Clinic Help Me?

Methadone clinics are generally staffed with counselors and a support team to tend to your needs, as well as doctors and nurses who can prescribe, administer and monitor the intake of Methadone to help during withdrawal and rehab. All opioids carry mental and physical side effects which present themselves during withdrawal and can range from mild to severe depending on the length and type of addiction. Additionally, opiates are potentially dangerous to quit suddenly so it's important you get off them in a measured, professionally monitored fashion, not "cold turkey"!

How Much do Methadone Clinics Charge for Treatment?

There are many factors that will determine how much opioid addiction treatment will cost. Depending on your area, it's possible to locate State or Federal drug abuse programs, or other low-cost options. The net is cast wider for those with insurance coverage and still further for those who are looking at private pay options. Ultimately, you'll need to determine what sort of environment and amenities are going to make you most comfortable and most likely to succeed. Should you feel like you want help narrowing down the cost and selection in your area, our free advisors can work with you to find the best Methadone clinics available.

What Addictions do Methadone Clinics Treat?
How Long do Withdrawals Last and Is it Painful?

Withdrawal varies from person to person, though many people experience the physical symptoms of nausea, vomiting, chills, sweats, insomnia, cramps, muscle pain, achiness and fever, along with the emotional components of depression, anxiety, mood swings, thoughts of suicide and dysphoria. Seizures, psychosis and even death can occur if an addiction is improperly halted without the help of a medical professional, so make sure you give serious consideration to using a Methadone program to end an opioid addiction.

I'm Ready for Help. Who Can I Call?

Treatment advisors are available around the clock at this toll-free number to help you connect with the best Methadone centers based on your personal criteria. When you’re ready to take the next step toward getting yourself or your family member clean, give them a call!