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Alabama Suboxone Clinic

If you are living in the state of Alabama and looking for Suboxone clinics near you, let us help you find the best treatment options for your needs. Whether you or one of your loved ones is suffering from opioid addiction and needs help, our directory of local clinics will allow you to find the care you need close to home. Call 800-721-8114 today.

The Opioid Abuse Problem in Alabama

The substance abuse problem associated with both licit and illicit opioids has become a serious problem nationwide, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. It is estimated that around “2.1 million people in the United States” are suffering from an opioid-related substance use disorder. However, the average of opioid abuse issues in Alabama is slightly higher than the national average.

In 2016, Governor Robert Bentley created the Alabama Council on Opioid Misuse and Addiction as a response to the rapid rise in opioid abuse and substance use disorders in the state. According to the Governor’s office and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Alabama has seen a 19.7 percent increase in the state’s drug-overdose death rate from 2013 to 2014.” While the state works to decrease these numbers, clinics across Alabama are a valuable resource to those who themselves, or whose loved ones, have fallen prey to this disease.

Why Should I Choose Suboxone Treatment in Alabama?

Suboxone clinics are some of the most beneficial options for addiction treatment in the state. These programs provide the drug Suboxone to patients, a brand name medication that, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, contains buprenorphine and naloxone. The drug prevents abuse because it can precipitate withdrawal in those who attempt to crush and snort it, and when taken as prescribed, it can

  • Minimize withdrawal symptoms
  • Reduce cravings
  • Block the opioid receptors in the brain
  • Help patients live their daily lives while still being maintained on medication

Where Can I Find Suboxone Clinics in Alabama?

Many of Alabama’s major cities like Birmingham, Montgomery, and Huntsville have multiple Suboxone clinics available to residents suffering from opioid addiction and abuse. In addition, even smaller cities like Livingston have clinics that provide pharmacological and behavioral treatments to addicted individuals.

The easiest way to find Suboxone clinics in your state is to use our website’s directory or to call 800-721-8114. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to do so.

  • If you decide to use the directory, choose the city you currently live in or the city closest to you. Then, choose between the multiple Suboxone clinics listed. The information provided will usually include the facility’s
    • Address
    • Map
    • Phone number
    • Website
  • Call the facility after researching them via the information provided. When you speak to someone from the facility, you should be prepared to discuss your substance abuse history as well as your needs for treatment. You should also have your insurance information handy.
  • When you speak to the individual from the facility, make sure to ask any questions you have about treatment there, including
    • How long does treatment last?
    • How much does treatment cost?
    • Will the facility accept your insurance plan?
    • What treatment options does the facility provide?
  • If you choose instead to call 800-721-8114, make sure you also have your insurance information ready and that you have considered your needs for treatment.
  • One of our treatment advisors will discuss your substance abuse history with you as well as your current recovery needs. They will also need to know what your insurance plan is so they can help you find a treatment program that will accept your plan.
  • Then, the treatment advisor will search for a program in Alabama that is near you and will suit your current situation.

You Can Recover from Opioid Abuse and Addiction

Though still one of the most widespread issues of substance misuse in the country, you can put an end to your opioid abuse and addiction. Facilities all across Alabama are available to help you recover in cities like Madison, Tuscaloosa, and Oxford. Call 800-721-8114 today to speak with a treatment expert who can help you choose the right program for your needs or use our directory to find Suboxone centers close to you.

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