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Possibly yes, unless one's parole allows such treatments. If the parole does allow such treatments, then searching for a treatment center is not a violation. However, if the parole does not allow such treatments, then the parole officer can see this as an attempt to get drugs, and can indeed attempt to violate your parole under the accusation that you were seeking drugs, akin to basically trying to "score" with a drug dealer.
If your parole does not allow treatment like this, but you / your physician feels that this is a good idea, then someone in your situation can ask to have the parole requirements modified to allow treatment at a methadone clinic. Let me know if you want information on how to do so.
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