Introduction to Finding A Medicaid Suboxone Treatment Clinic
Suboxone can be hard to find. You do not need to buy it illegally. I have seen many clients overpay for their Suboxone. There is a free resource to help you find a Suboxone doctor/treatment center near you.
This blog is purposely written so it is easy to read.
Step 1: Go to the SAMHSA Suboxone Treatment Locator Page
Click here to go to the website.
You can also click the link on the next line.
The website looks like this.
Step 2: Type your Zip Code in the SAMHSA Locator
1. Type in your zip code in the search box. Once you see your town, select it.
2. Then, click “Search Facilities.”
3. Click the Substance Use (SU) Dropdown Menu
- Click the down arrow next to the Substance Use arrow.
4. Show Medicaid Facilities Only
- Click the search box. In the search box, type in Medicaid.
- Click the box next to Medicaid.
5. Show Outpatient Facilities Only
- After you typed in Medicaid, click the search box and delete medicaid. Then, type in outpatient.
- Click the box next to the one that says Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment.
6. Show places that prescribe Suboxone (Buprenorphine)
- Delete the word outpatient. Then, type in prescribes.
- Click the box next to prescribes buprenorphine. Buprenorphine is in Suboxone.
- Then, exit the menu by clicking on the X
7. See the list of Suboxone Facilities
- Once you get out of the menu, you will see all the places that prescribe Suboxone. Sometimes, the information on this website is wrong. You need to call each place and make sure they do these things.
8. Ask these questions when you call the Suboxone Clinic
- Is this an outpatient facility? (An outpatient facility means that you go there, then you go home. You do not stay overnight. Inpatient is where you stay overnight.)
- Is Suboxone prescribed here?
- Do you accept patients Medicaid for Suboxone?
- How much will this cost? I have Medicaid.
- When is your soonest availability?
- Is there anything else I should know before my visit?
9. Conclusion and Free Help
Suboxone can be hard to get. The government runs a hotline that you can call any day at any time. Their phone number is 800-662-4357. They can help you find a treatment center. It is free, confidential, and available 24/7. If you need help right now, you can call them.
Disclaimer: We do not know your specific Medicaid benefits. We cannot accept any liability for the websites or your Suboxone expenses. We do not guarantee the locator will always be accurate. Use this guide at your own risk. Always make sure you call your Medicaid before making an appointment. Under no circumstances do we accept liability for any actions you take after viewing this website. By reading these terms, you agree to them. Thank you.