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GetSuboxone is an organization dedicated to helping people suffering from opioid addiction find low-cost Suboxone treatment options. We believe cost should never be a barrier to treatment, and we’re dedicated to helping you find state-funded treatment facilities and Online Suboxone Doctors that accept Medicaid. Opioid addiction is nothing to be ashamed of; it’s a disease, not a character flaw.
Paying for Suboxone treatment can be difficult. That’s why GetSuboxone never charges clients for our services. We offer clients completely free assistance finding opioid addiction treatment services.
We also understand clients suffering from opioid addiction may have difficulty attending in-person appointments due to transportation barriers. COVID-19 has paved the way for telemedicine for Suboxone Treatment, and we are happy to continue its progress. That’s why we’re now offer online Medicaid Suboxone Treatment to clients in certain states. Get an online Suboxone Prescription. Make an appointment to start your recovery.
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First, you’ll meet with us to discuss your insurance information. Then, we’ll find a doctor.
We’ll then help book an appointment with a doctor that accepts your insurance.
You’ll attend your visit with the doctor and you’ll work directly with them in the future.
I need to speak to someone now. Who can I call?
Call SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) at 800-662-4357, get transferred to your state’s office, and speak to someone there. SAMHSA is a branch of the US division of Health and Human Services and is funded by the federal government. They’re available 24/7, 365 days a year, it’s free and 100% confidential. They can help you locate doctors if you don’t have insurance and help you find recovery resources. Best of all, they can help you find government-funded clinics, so you’ll pay less even if you don’t have insurance.
How much does it cost per month?
We don’t charge clients for our services. The amount you pay depends on a lot of factors. With most Medicaid plans, you’ll pay between $0.00-$3.30 per doctor’s visit, and there is usually at least one per month. Then, it typically costs an additional $0.00-$1.50 per month to fill the actual prescription. Many of our clients go from paying hundreds per month to less than $10. We do not charge any fee for our services.
What states do you operate in?
We offer our Suboxone locating services in all 50 states. We work with all insurance carriers, including Medicaid, in every state.
What if I can't find my health insurance card?
If you can’t find your health insurance card, please call your health insurance carrier to request a new one. If you don’t know which health insurance plan/carrier you have, call your state’s Medicaid office and explain your situation. They can help you find what plan you have and get a new card.
Does insurance cover Suboxone?
Yes, in almost all instances, Suboxone is covered by insurance. However, many patients do not know that, and, as a result, see cash doctors. Consequently, they can end up paying hundreds of extra dollars a month unnecessarily. By seeing an in-network Suboxone doctor, patients typically pay between $5-$50 per month, rather than hundreds of dollars a month out-of-network Suboxone clinics charge.
Can online doctors prescribe Suboxone?
Yes, during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are online doctors who prescribe Suboxone. However, there aren’t many and most do not accept insurance.
If the reason you want an online doctor is because you are unable to drive to the clinic, Medicaid provides free transportation to and from doctors visits. All you need to do is call the number on the back of your Medicaid card and they will give you information on how to schedule a ride. Make sure to call Medicaid at least three days before your appointment.
What if I've never been prescribed Suboxone?
We help everyone who needs Suboxone access it, regardless if they’ve been prescribed it before. If you think you need Suboxone, we can help you find resources.