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Suboxone is one of the most effective pharmacological options for opioid addiction treatment. You can find a safe, reliable Suboxone clinic near you by using our directory or calling us today at 800-721-8114.
Why Should I Choose Suboxone Treatment?
Suboxone is a film that is placed under the tongue (sublingual) and dissolved, according to the National Library of Medicine. The brand name medication contains two drugs: buprenorphine and naloxone. Together, they treat opioid addiction and its side effects while helping to prevent relapse.
Suboxone treatment is a beneficial option for recovery because it is safer in an overdose situation than methadone and because it works to prevent abuse. The main ingredient, buprenorphine, has a ceiling effect that keeps it from causing severe overdose symptoms, and the inclusion of naloxone in the drug protects it from abuse. The naloxone precipitates withdrawal in those who attempt to crush and snort or inject the drug, making it less likely to be abused.
The drug is most effective at treating those who have mild to moderate dependencies on opioids, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Suboxone also has few side effects, the most common of which are
- Stomach pain
- Insomnia or difficulty falling and staying asleep
- Mouth numbness, redness, or pain where you placed the tablet
- Tongue pain
- Blurry vision
- Back pain
The treatment at Suboxone clinics goes beyond just the administration of the drug, however. Patients also often have access to other treatment options like behavioral therapy, drug testing, support group meetings, etc. Most Suboxone clinics are well-rounded treatment centers that provide additional care options to patients admitted for opioid addiction help.
How Can I Find a Suboxone Clinic Near Me?
You can use our directory to locate professional Suboxone clinics near you and to take the first step in your journey of recovery. It is also helpful to create an account through our website so you can save your information.
Begin by selecting the state you live in from the alphabetical list. You can then choose the city in which you currently live or the one closest to your residence. Once you have found your state and city, you will see a list of facilities in the area that provide Suboxone as well as other treatment options for heroin and/or prescription opioid addicts.
Each facility has its own page with details, including
- Its address
- Its phone number(s)
- Its official website
- A map to the facility
- A list of other facilities nearby
You can use this information to learn more about what the facility offers to patients before choosing a specific program. Once you find one that seems effective for your needs, call the facility.
You will likely need to discuss your treatment needs and substance abuse history with the person who answers the phone. You should also have your insurance information ready so you can find out if your particular plan will be accepted at the facility. In addition, this is a good time to ask questions about the program, including
- How long does treatment typically last at your program?
- In general and according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, treatment lasting fewer than 90 days is usually “of limited effectiveness.”
- What is the success rate of your treatment program?
- What accreditations does your facility have?
- What treatment options does your program provide besides Suboxone treatment?
- Do you offer any holistic options for recovery, such as yoga, meditation, massage therapy, etc.?
- How much will my treatment cost?
- Will you accept my insurance plan?
- Can I finance any out-of-pocket costs?
If you need more help, you can always call 800-721-8114. We can discuss your history of substance abuse, your insurance plan, and your recovery options with you in order to help you find the best rehab center for your current needs. After all, choosing the right treatment option is essential to a safe and effective recovery.
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Call 800-721-8114 now or use our directory to find a Suboxone clinic that will suit your needs. You can put an end to your opioid abuse and addiction; start your recovery now.