Methadone, Suboxone, and Buprenorphine Doctors in Augusta, ME
The process of withdrawing off benzodiazepines like alprazolam (Xanax) and opioids like fentanil and buprenorphine, or any number of prescribed drugs that cause physical dependency may result in neurotoxic effects. This directory contains 5 clinics and providers of withdrawal help in Augusta, Maine who can help addicts with a rapid and safe detox from alcohol, opioids, addictive painkillers, and other dependence-forming substances. For a consultation from an addiction treatment advisor, call our support hotline at 1-888-935-1318 now.
Prescription drugs, alcohol, and other substance dependence problems can seem insurmountable, but we're here to tell you, they’re not! With the aid of a well-qualified doctor or alcohol or drug detoxification treatment program, you can detoxify, get sober, and choose to stride toward winning the battle with addiction.
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Augusta Subutex and Suboxone inpatient clinics, methadone clinics, and other alcohol or drug detoxification clinics (five all counted) are only a phone call or few clicks away and can be crucial in helping with winning the battle with addiction to Prescription drugs such as sedatives, alcohol, Speed, and other substances.
Do you or someone you know want support putting a stop to drug abuse or a win against alcoholism? Call 1-888-935-1318 now to get addiction treatment options for alcohol or drug detox and discover rehabilitation facilities in Augusta, ME and around the US.
Millions of Americans labor with addiction dependence problems. You’re not alone. If you feel the same, it is time to learn about withdrawal resource options in Augusta for getting well:
- You’ve experienced withdrawal affects, anxiety or depression
- Substance or alcohol abuse is diminshing your sense of happiness
- Considering putting a stop to scares you (physical or psychological dependence)