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Suboxone Doctors In Indiana Who Accept Medicaid

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sharon robbins Says:
 
need a doctor who prescibs suboxins i am on medicaid

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David Says:
 
While I'm not aware of which doctors accept medicaid, I can provide you with links to help you locate specific pain management doctors within your local area. You'd inevitably have to ask the receptionist though if the doctor accepts medicaid or any other type of insurance that you might have.

All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results:
doctorsforpain.com/physicians/index.html

You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another:
wellness.com/find/pain%20management%20specialist

I hope this helps!

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Cassie Says:
 
im 26 and dying from my drug addiction but only have indiana medicade and need help bad

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Cassie Says:
 
yes bad


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Richard Says:
 
Hello,

Are you still in need of information regarding your condition? I have alot of "experience" with this matter. 20 plus years. Drugs, rehab, methadone, suboxone, etc. I am on medicade as well. What state and city do you live in?

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Tara Says:
 
I live in frankfort indiana, but i am willing to travel i also have medicaid but i am having a hard time trying to find a doc that accepts medicaid anywhere, i currently see a doc for 120 a month, but i cant afford it, if you have any ideas please help me

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Tara page Says:
 
I live in Frankfort Indiana do you know of a doctor that accepts Medicaid?

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shorty26 Says:
 
I also need to find a suboxone Dr. Who accepts medicaid but I live in Anderson,in! Does anyone know of any somewhat close to Anderson!?!

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Lexy Says:
 
Call Customer Service on the back of your Medicaid Card. Many of the Medicaid plans cover Suboxone.

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amy Says:
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I live n new castle indiana and have Medicaid. No doctor's will help..very frustrating..i need and want help bad

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danielle Says:
 
Dr. Jacobus in Cr. Point and Raj clinic in lafayete and Logansport accept medicaid

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Rainy Says:
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Doctor bangura in lafayette and doctor ley has offices in kokomo and lafayette. They are reasonably priced. Bangura has a resource for discounted strips- about half price.

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Inindy Says:
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I need suboxone! Can't get it from any doctors no insurance please help. I'm in the same boat

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pam Says:
 
Starting in January 2014, people on Medicaid Or Medicare It Is Going To Cover Paying For The Dr Visits. For Suboxone and Subutex.The Price For The Dr Here Is $300.00 or Higher as of right now.

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mother in Indy Says:
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I'm in the same boat. Trying to stay clean and can't find help. Can't find doctors only waiting lists then scammed by others. I'm a mother trying to get life right. Help

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Stephanie Says:
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I live in Kokomo Indiana and it is very hard to find a suboxone doctor I thought you cold help me find a methadone doc pretty close to Kokomo I had been having to drive to Indianapolis I really need a change this has for me to my very bottom

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mother in Indy Says:
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Your very far and yes your right there isn't doctors taking patients right now. I call daily trying to get on some where and fail. Methadone works for you? I hard of and it's the only offered conic right now but I'm scared to try. Really need a doctor who can prescribe be Suboxone. I am in therapy and they to have been trying to find me doctor to

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james Says:
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To any folks in Georgia.I just started seeing new suboxone Dr.it's in Dallas Georgia.Dallas Family practice they take Medicaid /medicare.i was driving to Marietta every month $100 a month.so I found this guy where I use to drive an hour from Rome GA,, it's only 35 minutes anyway if anybody wants info email me if it doesn't go through on this. {edited for privacy}.

Dr. John Sparti
318 main street
Dallas, GA 30132
Phone: 770-445-1094 or 770-445-5555.

hope I helped somebody out there

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LupusFiboFallingApartGirl Says:
 
Has anyone been able to locate pain management in Baton Rouge Louisiana. I suffer from chronic pain from Fibromyalgia and SLE Lupus that I'm being drug thru 14 arrogant specalist who all agree it's what I have my Rheumo just won't document it until everyone's finished using me as a lab rat. Then still he doesn't prescribe pain meds. I'm on Amerigroup Medicaid, I will pay out of pocket if need be. The pain is unbearable.

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kitcat Says:
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Did anyone find suboxone doctor


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MR JASON Says:
 
I truely feel 4 all the people looking 4 help,the suboxone is a miracle drug,4 the people that are or was hooked on other drugs,I,myself dont take meds,but my wife and my mother are on suboxone,was getting 3 a day and out of no where both got cut back 2 2 aday,thats not easy,i see it 1st hand,yet the dea wants 2 make the usa a terrible place....I live in indianapolis and it already is the nations leading city 4 pharmacy robberies,and PLEASE trust me,the DEA isnt ready 4 how the nation is going 2 react 2 THERE new law.............

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