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Montgomery Metro Treatment CenterMontgomery Metro Treatment Center, 6001 East Shirley Lane Montgomery, AL 36117 affords opioid addiction treatment in Montgomery and surrounding areas including Prattville, Millbrook, Coosada, Blue Ridge, Autaugaville, White Hall, Wetumpka, Coosada and Elmore. They provide outpatient services that include all of the services listed below in one affordable fee. Their team of opioid addiction specialists uses the latest research to offer each patient with quality custom plans designed to support their recovery. Affordable plans begin as low as $15 a day and include all the services listed below. Call their 24-hour hotline to schedule your first appointment: 1-877-284-7074.

Specialities

    Outpatient Treatment
    Detoxification Programs
    Benzodiazepine Detox
    Methadone
    Suboxone

Amenities

    24/7 Care Takers
    Private Rooms
    Physical Activities
    Peaceful Environment
    Qualified Medical Practices
    Meditation And Mindfulness

Therapies

    Family Therapy
    Group Therapy
    CBT
    Dual Diagnosis Therapy

Insurance Accepted

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FAQ

Is Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) with methadone or buprenorphine trading one addiction for another?

No. Methadone and buprenorphine are FDA approved, highly studied and regulated medications used to help individuals recover from opioid addiction. Methadone and buprenorphine act as a stabilizer in the body rather than a narcotic that is used for its euphoric effects. When taken as prescribed, methadone and buprenorphine help patients function physically, emotionally and intellectually without impairment. The medications do not produce mood swings, drowsiness or narcotic effects. Patients on medication-assisted maintenance can drive, go to work, return to their families and lead normal lives. Medication-Assisted Treatment is not an addiction, it is a physical dependence that is required to maintain physical stability. By contrast, painkillers and heroin, destabilize the individual and lead them to many high-risk behaviors that have severe consequences.

Is methadone safe to take for pregnant women?

Methadone does not impair the child’s developmental or cognitive functioning when taken during pregnancy. Years of studies have shown that there is no lasting harm to the child from exposure to methadone during pregnancy and has been proven to reduce the risk of illness or death in both the mother and child.

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Montgomery Metro Treatment Center

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    I love this place thank u team

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