Medicaid Not Paying

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i have been addicted to pain pills for 5 yrs now i went threw a suboxin program for 3 months & the dr started to take me down then i lost my insurance 8 months ago i started buying in on the street which it has really helped me & is cheaper than buying a oxy i just got my insurance back & am going to go threw the program heres the problem starting in oct medicaid is no longer gonna pay for it in anyhow not sure about other states which yes it will still be cheaper than me buying off the street or buying a pill. I am very pissed by this how can they pay for a pain pill but not something that is really helping people come off them I am trying to bring awareness to this & if i can get enough letters wrote to congress the govenor or whoever else to show them what a miricle drug this is & how it has helped ppl. please help addicts are sick & if they ask for help then they need to be helped i also have heard its gonna quit even paying for the dr visit. please help......

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MeowMelo Says:
I know this was 4 years ago, but I also would love for the freaking goverment and who ever else to see this and that they need to pay more attention to this becuase it could and can save alot of peoples lives, I bet if suboxone or methadone was covered by insurance's or at least easier and more availible, than the rate of deaths from overdosses and drug abuse would go down incrediblly.

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