Get all of your frequently asked questions about Suboxone prescriptions & Suboxone doctors answered!
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- How do I find a Suboxone Doctor?
- Do Suboxone doctors take insurance?
- Can you get free Suboxone?
- Can my family doctor prescribe Suboxone?
- Does Medicaid pay for Suboxone strips?
- Does Suboxone help with pain?
How do I find a Suboxone Doctor?
Search our Suboxone Doctor Directory or call our helpline. We have an extensive directory of nearly every doctor in the continental United States who is licensed to prescribe Suboxone. Our helpline is also available 24/7 to offer you assistance in locating a Suboxone doctor near you.
Do Suboxone doctors take insurance?
Yes, Suboxone doctors do take insurance, but not all doctors accept the same insurance providers. It is recommended to confirm with the doctor’s office if Suboxone would be covered at their practice under your insurance provider.
Can you get free Suboxone?
Depending on a number of factors, it is possible to receive Suboxone for free or at a reduced rate. Call our hotline to learn more.
Can my family doctor prescribe Suboxone?
Only licensed Suboxone doctors can prescribe this medication. If your family doctor does not have this license, then they will not be able to prescribe Suboxone.
Does Medicaid pay for Suboxone strips?
Not all states offer the same coverage for medication-assisted opioid treatment, but all states do provide some level of coverage through Medicaid. Suboxone treatment, including stips, is one of the medications that is covered by many state Medicaid plans, but there are a number of requirements set out by each state in order for a patient to be eligible for this treatment coverage.
Does Suboxone help with pain?
The active ingredient in Suboxone, buprenorphine, does have pain-relieving properties. Although buprenorphine on its own is approved for anesthetic use, Suboxone is not.
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