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  • Suboxone is a unique medication designed to work like an opioid and eventually level off in its potency to reduce dependency, cravings, and misuse. It contains both buprenorphine and naloxone and is approved for medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

    MAT is a kind of treatment that tapers the opioids from the body and allows you to steadily recover. Suboxone clinics are designed to provide immediate medical assistance to those struggling with opioid use disorder.

    Here are five ways to find them.

    1. Contact Your Primary Care Provider

    Unknown to many, it is incredibly common to ask your primary care physician for Suboxone. Although it is recommended to conduct your treatment apart from your primary care doctor, there is no harm in asking. 

    If your primary care physician does not offer Suboxone they may be able to submit the appropriate wavers to help you receive the medication. 

    2. SAMHSA

    One of the most important things in understanding opioid addiction is the amount of resources available to those who are struggling. 

    SAMHSA offers a direct link to all of the doctors and practitioners that are approved to provide buprenorphine in any given city, state, or zip code. This is an incredibly helpful resource for locating a clinic in your region. 

    3. Contact An Addiction Treatment Center

    Once you reach out to a treatment center, you can ask if they offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Many drug and alcohol rehab centers will offer MAT medications like Suboxone or partner with nearby Suboxone clinics where you can receive the medication.

    Some outpatient programs may also allow take-home medication as you simultaneously attend therapy and other treatment services. Once you connect with an intake specialist, they’ll help determine the best opioid recovery program for you.

    4. InSupport

    Gaining access to resources and support can be one of the most challenging parts to recovery. Similar to SAMHSA’s treatment locator, InSupport provides a search engine to directly locate a treatment provider in an office-based setting. 

    You simply need to input your zip code, region and radius in order to locate a provider with the Suboxone resources you or a loved one may need. 

    5. NAABT’s Treatment Match Finder

    Another helpful resource is the National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine. This organization offers an array of different resources. 

    They offer a locator feature that links you with a location offering Suboxone. They also provide information on your respective health care provider and what options are the best fit for you. 

    Get The Support You Need Today

    If you or a loved one is struggling with opioid abuse, it’s important to seek professional support at a substance abuse treatment program. 

    To learn more about our medication-assisted treatment options, please contact an Ark Behavioral Health specialist today. 

    Written by Ark Behavioral Health Editorial Team
    ©2024 Ark National Holdings, LLC. | All Rights Reserved.
    This page does not provide medical advice.

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