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What place will take medical or medicare for soboxine in San francisco ...
Updated 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Aug 02 '14, 10:43 AM
suboxone and insurance
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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 5 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Apr 30 '17, 7:10 PM
$$$$ Suboxone Help? Insurance?
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Hi my name is Carrie and I'm from Hermosa Beach, CA.. I have been taking oral 8mg suboxone for months, as 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, but it was too expensive. The cobra was 600 a month. Do you know of any independent rx coverage for suboxone? Right now i just paid 400 for 90 of them, and that's a one month supply. I'm better off taking the vicodins. I am disabled, but haven't gotten approved for medical yet. I have no insurance. If you have any suggestions, please help me, best regards. ## 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 and ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Sep 05 '17, 3:38 PM
need insurance to help pay for suboxone
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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 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Dec 12 '14, 7:04 AM
Suboxone insurance and time frames
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I went to the pharmacy and intended to fill 60 count of suboxone, but they only had 34 to fill at the time and told me that i could get the remainder in 17 days which I thought was weird first off. Then next question was I was charged 50 bucks the first time then charged again when I went to fill the rest of my prescription! Which was only 13 days from the original 17 days they told me! So why was I charged twice for the same script? Ams why was I told to wait 17 days to pick up the remainder of my script? ## As to why you had to wait to get the rest, they most likely ran out. Every pharmacy has a limit on how much they can order and stock of any given controlled substance per month. Once they run out, they are forced to wait, until their new ordering period to order more and these date... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Aug 24 '15, 5:47 PM
Insurance covering suboxone tablets
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right now I'm getting the films and don't like to use them if at all possible I have tried the orange tablets and they seem to help me a lot better I was wondering because right now I have insurance through the ACA or some call it Obama Care Insurance if anyone knows what insurance company covers the tablets instead of the films ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Oct 24 '15, 8:53 PM
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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 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Mar 19 '15, 5:47 AM
No insurance!
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Hi, I want to thank a lot of the people on this site, I've been reading a lot of messages and replies and it has helped me through a lot of hard times! But here I am after 3 years and I have no insurance because I have been able to work more now and now I am having trouble paying for my suboxone! I started at 24 mg. And now I'm at 8 mg. And getting ready to step down so I can get off finally and be normal! But with all the problems I have been having with paying for my suboxone I haven't been doing too good, going up and down and not having the support that I need through my program has made my life hectic! And the anxiety has been real hell does anybody know how I can get the suboxone cheaper? I'm afraid of going backwards instead of going forward! ## Hi, Have you told ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Jun 26 '14, 7:43 AM
insurance for soboxine
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Is there any doctor in San Francisco that accepts medical or medicare for soboxine and if so who is he and where is he at in San francisco ## Hello, Virginia! How are you? You can use the search engine on the website, to search for doctors in your area that treat with it. Their contact information will be provided, so you can call them to see if they accept your insurance. 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 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Aug 30 '14, 1:09 PM
subutex doctors that take insurance or Suboxone
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Been on Suboxone for about 2 years and my girlfriend has been here comes all about a year and I was wondering what Suboxone doctors take insurance for the visit in the state of Ohio because my doctor does Peoples Insurance if anybody can help me and finding a better Suboxone dr.or Subutex doc I greatly appreciate it and I do have insurance. ## I need a doctor or Subutex doctor I've been on that medicine like 10 years and I have insurance ## Hi pls anyone help point me in rt direction, I've been on opioids for 13 yrs and I desperately need to find a Subutex Dr in or around Nashville, Tn that takes Blue Care Ive called almost 100 Drs in 2wks and only 1 took Blue Care but wdnt take me as a patient because they are located in McKenzie Tn. I am allergic to Nubain which is in same cat... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Subutex.
Wed, Jul 26 '17, 1:05 AM
suboxone doctors that accept insurance in louisiana
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I am around the Lafayette, Louisiana area. I am curretly going to a doctor that I pay $280 a month, I really like him but I've recently got insurance with blue cross and blue shield and he doesn't accept insurance. Can anyone offer me any information about a doctor that accepts private insurance in Louisiana? ## I'm looking for a suboxone doctor in the new Orleans area that takes blue cross.... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Jul 23 '17, 3:58 PM
Cant afford my Suboxone
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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 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Mar 28 '14, 2:28 PM
Suboxone doctor that accepts mdwise hip insurance in indiana
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I am looking for a suboxone doctor anywhere around indiana at this point. I just got my hip insurance with mdwise about 2 months ago and really need to get help.. I have called a lot of doctors where I live and now I guess I will start looking around indianapolis.. Idk What I'm going to do.. If anyone could help me I would be so greatly appreciate it.. ## I have been taking pain pills since I was 17 and now I'm 34 years old.. The last 4 year's I been taking a lot because I can't feel them and I say about 15-20 or more some days.. I know it's time for me to get help so I called and made a appointment for suboxones and paid cash for this month and got a prescription but I really need to find a doctor who takes mdwise... If anybody can help I would really appreciate. It... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Sep 03 '17, 6:50 PM
Suboxone cost
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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 5 months ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Apr 30 '17, 4:50 PM
Please help me with the prices of generic Suboxone with no insurance
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Hi, I been on suboxone for 3 years and I'm on 3 strips a day, my insurance Aetna better health the worst company out there would pay 6 months at a time then my Dr would have to send them papers and this time they don't want to cover it, all they tell me on the phone is Aetnas pharmacy said it's not needed, and the Dr might not be sending the paper work they need, my appointment is Monday and I have not been able to get a hold of my Dr. My appointment cost 110 and I was just seeing does anyone know how much the generic brand is, even if I have to try to go down to 2 a day, or is there another option. I'm out of work due to illness and I don't know how I'm going to be able to get it but any information would be so helpful even if I have to buy a little at a time, t... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Dec 20 '16, 10:52 AM
Looking for suboxone doctor.
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Hello I,m looking for a suboxone doctor that accepts Ameirgoup health insurance which is Medicaid. Live in Dallas and Ft. Worth area. Please need some help. Thank You. ## Did you research suboxone first? I just don't want anyone to fall into a worse state than before. Regardless, Good luck! ## Hello, Vince! How are you? You can use the search engine on the website, which lets you search by zip code and the results will include contact information so you can call them to see if they accept your insurance. 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 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Oct 04 '14, 2:14 PM
no insurance in mass
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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 5 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, May 18 '12, 5:41 AM
Cost of Suboxone
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Have no insurance. Where can I fill my Suboxone prescription 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 medica... ...
Updated 6 days ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Oct 17 '17, 3:26 PM
how do i suboxone
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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 3 years ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Feb 26 '14, 3:56 PM
Suboxone needed
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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 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.
Wed, Dec 17 '14, 10:26 PM

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