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Cambodia Opens Up First Methadone Clinic

by | Addiction, Alcohol and Drugs, Latest News, Treatment

Home Addiction Cambodia Opens Up First Methadone Clinic

Outstanding news comes from Cambodia, a treatment center for heroin users. Although Cambodia believes heroin addiction is more a social issue rather than a health issue, help is on its way. The government is announcing their treatment centers are available for those willing to put in hard work. This is very beneficial for those who seek help. With all the hype about a treatment center opening up in Cambodia inevitably comes the gossip and critics. Health workers and human rights groups portray the facility as a “labour camp.” To me, this label is far from accurate. From my experience, the treatment center I attended that involved hard work and exercise prepared my mind, body, and spirit for outstanding results. Coming into treatment broken down and tired was difficult but working toward my recovery was well worth it. I am a firm believer that for those who want to get better and start living a new way of life, the facility in Cambodia will be of great success.
The methadone clinic is open to those who come voluntary. For those who do not know what methadone is, it is a substitute to help treat the heroin withdrawal.
The process to get clients into the treatment facility is led by two organizations which provide outreach programs to heroin addicts in the Cambodia region. If after initial assessment is complete and the clients are willing, a clinical assessment will be established.