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suboxone and insurance
Started suboxone recently and have blue cross/blue shield. Got letter from them saying I need to start councelling to stay on there program. They pick up most of cost of subs. I pay for sub dr. visits, he takes some insurance but not bcbs. Does anyone know about mandatory counceling because of insurance companys, how often you HAVE to go? I,m allready attending aa/na meetings. I,ve gotten on suboxone on my own so it,s not a court thing. Wish you all good luck. ## If you're taking it for addiction treatment, then that is a government requirement that your insurance company is just enforcing, but not something they require on their own. I'm not sure how often you would have to go, but there is a chance that your NA may count, if you can provide some type of proof that you attend t... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Aug 26 '13, 12:28 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 229472
$$$$ Suboxone Help? Insurance?
Hi my name is carrie , I have been taking oral 8mg suboxone for * months, it really helps me and keeps me from popping 40 vicodin or norco's a day. I was on cobra with Blue cross when I began taking it, it was too expensive the cobra was 600 a month, do you know any independent rx coverage for suboxone, right now i juat paid 400 for 90 of them, and thats one month supply, im better off taking the vicodins, i am disabled, but havent gotten approved for medical yet. I have no insurance. If you have any suggestions, please help me, best regards...Carrie H. Hermosa Beach, CA. ## I am not sure if there are any assistance plans that cover it, or not. You can try the manufacturers website or contact number, some other programs are pparx.org needymeds.org and rxassist.org Hopefully one of t... ...
Updated 19 days ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Apr 01 '14, 1:39 PM   59  Subscribe to thread 187799
need insurance to help pay for suboxone
I have been taking suboxone for over a year and clean and sober. I tried to get insurance with blue cross but they said not because of my drug history. My parents have been helping me buy my suboxone at $8.00 a piece. I would like to know if anyone knows if there is an insurance company out there that would insure some one on suboxone or am I going to have to go thru my whole life without insurance. Also do you think this is considered a pre-existing disease? ## Rhea, my daughter has Anthem, we live in Ohio, I don't know if that will help, but I've been where you are, pills here are 7.50, drs. visit $200, she pays $20 for the dr. 40 for the pills. I hope this helps but I can't be sure. Good Luck to you. ## Yes, getting insurance, when you're already known to have an addi... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Jan 26 '14, 1:23 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 229736
suboxone
Please tell me why I can't find a physician that provides suboxone and accepts insurance? ## Because only a limited number of doctors can prescribe Suboxone, they must take special training classes to be allowed to prescribe it. ## It depends what you mean by 'accepts insurance'. I 'accept insurance' in my practice.. I don't accept the insurance as 'total payment', though, because every insurer pays differently-- usually depending on how expensive the insurance policy is. Suboxone patients are treated exactly the same as any of the patients in my general psychiatry practice. One insurer may pay $30, and for the same service another insurer pays $150! So if my charge for the service is $155, the first patient will have to pay an additional $125, and the se... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Apr 22 '12, 10:09 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 185824
Cant afford my Suboxone
I have been without my medications since September 26th, it is now October 6th. I am supposed to be taking Suboxone Strips but I cant afford my prescription. I have been buying a few at a time but have now spent all of my money, I have no meds, and no one will help me! I have tried Health and Human Resorces, my Pharmacist, my Doctor, and my Psychiatrist, and no one has even offered me an EMERGENCY suggestion!! I am losing my mind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ## If you don't have insurance, there is an income based assistance program, so if your income is low you may get it for free or a small fee. It's through NeedyMeds and you can contact them for more information at 888-898-4818 Learn more Suboxone details here. Can you post back and let me know if you have any luck? ## Hello Chara! Does... ...
Updated 23 days ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Mar 28 '14, 2:28 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 236754
Suboxone cost
My son is in rehab and they started him on suboxone one 4md in morning and 8 mg in afternoon. I can't find a provider that prescribes this in northern Harford County Maryland (Not Dr. Gay Please) How much is sub for an entire month supply or even daily. ## this site does not prescribe nor sell any medications. The price, however, can vary depending on where you purchase them, it is, quite expensive, though and you will not find a cheap price for it. Do you have any type of insurance to help with this? Have you spoken to the doctors about the possibility of Methadone as an alternative, since it has been on the market much longer and is much cheaper? Most doctors do prefer Suboxone, now, since it has enabled many people to get completely drug free, while a lot of people who use Methad... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Jan 17 '14, 5:51 PM   8  Subscribe to thread 198509
no insurance in mass
hi....i am a severe pill popper...generally 20-25 percocet a day...i usually buy suboxone from a friend for when my percs run out, but she no longer has them... suboxone makes me feel better actually than the percs...i need to go on suboxone every day and stop playing around with the percs...but i have no health insurance ...i live in mass and my husband was layed off 4 months ago...does anybody know of any options ? i would really appreciate it ## Suboxone is very expensive and only available from certain doctors that are specially trained in its use. Have you considered possibly seeking treatment with Methadone? It is not as good as Suboxone, but there are many more treatment clinics available and it is much cheaper. A simple internet search will pull up places in your area that provi... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Fri, May 18 '12, 5:41 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 202051
cost of suboxone
Have no insurance. Where can I purchase Suboxone cheap. Paying 320 dollars for a 30 day supply - 8mg ## Suboxone is only available in the US from doctors who have specific training in its usage, you can't just buy it anywhere or have it prescribed by anyone. ## Yes I know. I already had a prescription fiiled but needed to find out if I could buy it cheaper. Than you. ## yes me too, i have doctor px. no insurance suboxone, they want $8 a pill. i can't afford it. where can i get it cheaper? ## your getting a deal, i pay $700 a month ## how do you get it so cheap? a 8mg tab is $7 each in RI. ## I pay $1 per month for the Dr visit and $3 per month for 90 suboxone pills. If you have a way to not have a job for a while, like asking someone's help, you can get on medicaid. Some Dr... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Apr 17 '14, 11:17 AM   141  Subscribe to thread 184489
how do i suboxone
Without insurance I'm between jobs ## Hello, Philly! How are you? You would still need to pay for the doctor visits, but there is an assistance program for those who are uninsured for the Suboxone film, you can call for more information on how to apply, 888-898-4818. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 month ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Feb 26 '14, 3:56 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 260487
Suboxone needed
I am currently in my 4th month in a methadone clinic in Menlo Park Ca. I have less than 55 days to go. I am down to 20mgs of methadone a day. I do not have medical insurance, but would like to know if I am able to get a prescription for Suboxone. I was treated 7 years ago by Dr. Glatt. San Mateo Ca. I took suboxone back then, and was clean for almost 8 years. Please tell me there is a Dr. in the San Francisco area willing to prescribe suboxone for me. I am on my final stretch and badly want to be free from this drug once and for all. I thank you for taking the time to read this. Sincerely, Mario ## You can check for doctor's in your area that treat with Suboxone at the website Suboxone.com Once you find a doctor to treat you with it, there is an assistance program for it from the ma... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Dec 30 '11, 6:52 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 221712
suboxone in ohio
i am trying to find a Dr. that will accept the medical card. Plz help me if you can and hold me in your prayers. Thank you. ## Hello, Deena! How are you? You can search for doctors that treat with Suboxone at the website Suboxone.com click here. Then contact them to see what types of insurance they accept. This is a narcotic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Suboxone details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Need help badly. I'm a mother of three wonderful kids. I have been a pain meds addict for twelve long years. I'm trying to get help here in Indiana. I'm on six waiting lists and told a dozen times the clinics are full. I'm on Hoosier hea... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Nov 24 '13, 1:32 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 255805
suboxone Dr costs
I no longer have insurance and I am wondering if there were any free treatment centers in the Birmingham Alabama that prescribed silicone? ## Hello, Connie! How are you? Unfortunately, there are none that treat with Suboxone that I'm aware of, it is actually provided by private doctors that have the special waver to treat with it. Have you considered Methadone treatment? This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Feb 25 '14, 5:35 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259482
suboxone doctors
looking for help for son he done have a job,he needs help for drug addition ## If anyone needs a Suboxone doctor in Atlanta let me know. Mine is great, and I think he has a few openings. ## i am needing to find a suboxone doc in okc area that takes insurance. Any suggestions? ## I DO!! ## I need to find a suboxine dr in wisconsin. ## I'm in atlanta and uninsured. The most affordable suboxone doc I've found charges $250 per month just to write the script (cash only, of course!) and then I pay anywhere from $6-8 per pill. I don't want to go back onto methadone for countless reasons, but it is cheaper and may be my only option. If anyone in/around Atlanta knows a doctor who really wants to help and not just exploit desperate people, please let me know! ## I am a 40 yr old disab... ...
Updated 29 days ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Mar 22 '14, 9:53 AM   16  Subscribe to thread 195766
Help with suboxone
I need help for a loved one I have tried everything, he has the Michigan adult benefit waiver program/Midwest the suboxone script would be covered but I can not find a doctor that accepts the insurance please anyone someone help!! He has been on suboxone before its the only thing to help maintain him to stay clean please someone help me, I can not lose him to drugs!! ## Dr gamble in lincoln park mi perscribes it the clininxs called my family doc ...
Updated 8 months ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Aug 05 '13, 3:43 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 250075
White Suboxone 155
Does the Company Actavis Elizabeth LLC offer any discounts or copay Like the brand name Suboxon stripes do. I ask b/c the new white sublingual (half moon 155) pill, still cost more than the name brand subligual fims do. I cant use my $50 copay i use on the suboxone film. it comes out to be $130 more a month for this generic. Please Help if u know. have no insurance! ## No, such assistance things aren't generally offered for generic medications, except in the case of some that are considered to be life sustaining. Normally, generics are cheaper, just by the nature of being generic. Learn more Suboxone details here. However, if the price is cheaper for you when getting the name brand, you may want to ask your doctor if they can write 'brand medically necessary' on the prescrip... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Suboxone.
Wed, May 08 '13, 3:52 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 245452
suboxone providers
I need help badly. Don't know where to turn. Myu nephew was on street drugs for about 18 years. They put him on Suboxone about 2 years and now can't find a Doctor who will prescribe these to him. He has no insurance. He's got bad withdrawals throwing up, the runs, body ackes and can' sleep. PLEASE HELP US> Live in the Zip Code area of 60073 We don't know where to turn. Can he die under these circumstances? Please E-Mail me any information on this. ASAP I'm afraid and don't know what to do. Thank You Barbara ## I am taking 1 80mg oxy a day or an average of 10 norco 10/325 a day and am really wanting to quit. I dont have much money and dont like going to treatment centers that treat me like a low life. I am a hard working citizen that is looking for an hone... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Dec 22 '12, 11:41 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 192099
suboxone treatment
Are there any places in Louisiana that take Medicare & Medicaid for suboxone treatnent ## You could try going into Suboxone.com and enter your zip code for sub drs. in your area. Call them and ask. I know that in the Nashville Tn. area where I'm at most sub drs. won't take Tenn Care or any insurances. Gotta pay cash for dr. visit once a month. You can use most insurance plans to get the script filled. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Nov 19 '13, 5:14 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 255758
I Take Suboxone For Pain Due To Having Six Surgeries Use Get A 28 Day Prescription But Ran Into Problem With Insurance Because Of Prior Authori
I was a pioneer to suboxone when no one knew really what is was.I had several surgeries and a TBI and suffer from epilepsy,Every year I must get a new prior authorization in Jan.I am on a 28 day supply.Well i told my doctor prior authorzation is coming up I even called twice and spoke to him ## @Williiam, I'm not sure exactly what your insurance company's policies are regarding this "prior authorization", but it sounds to me like you may be better off under a different plan/company if they're not wanting to work with you in getting your prescription. It's cruel that we have to rely on such people to get our meds who have no interest what-so-ever toward our well-being. In the end it's all about the money to them. Being that it's May now, were you just not ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Feb 01 '14, 7:52 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 246859
Need a suboxone doctor
Looking for a suboxone Doctor that takes a medical card or thats cheap in the columbus, ohio area. I was recently going to a doctor in columbus that took my medical card & since my home town opened up a office for suboxones & switched. I'm so upset cause they called me 3-4 days after me seeing the doctor & told me I couldn't continue coming to that office cause I also have medicare..which was my primary provider. even though my family was paying my intital visit of 200.00 to go to the office..I'm so upset! now I don't have a doctor! ## Hello, Patty! How are you? Sorry about the problem that you're having. If you have insurance, but pay cash, most doctor's will be suspicious and either refuse to take you on as a patient, or dismiss you once they realiz... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Oct 23 '13, 11:11 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 254349
Suboxone to Oxycodone
I have disc issues from L1 to L5 and I was on Oxycodone for 1 1/2 years starting at 5/325 4x's a day and ended @ 30mg 6x's aday so I decided to get off the Oxycodone with Suboxone, started @ 8mg Suboxone 2x's a day then tapered to .25.g Suboxone 1x a day over a 5 mos period, here's the problem in the 5 mos period since I wasn't on pain meds my pain came back full force and I started taking the Oxycodone 10mg 6x's a day for the last week, so I wanted to know if I was to stop taking the Oxycodone would I still go into withdrawal as though I had never stopped, the proiblem is in the last 5 months I lost my job and Medical insurance and I can't afford the Suboxones( oxycodone is alot cheaper when prescribed than Suboxone ) I need an operation so in the mean while... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 4:44 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 221058

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