Suboxone Programs that accept Insurance

Suboxone Programs that accept Insurance

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someone

Northwood, OH

#1 Mar 15, 2012
Does anyone know of any suboxone programs that may or may not accept insurance?
Stan

United States

#2 Mar 15, 2012
someone wrote:
Does anyone know of any suboxone programs that may or may not accept insurance?
Dr. Saxe in barboursville near steak and shake.
Anon

Huntington, WV

#3 Mar 15, 2012
Prestera Center takes medical cards and some private insurances in their suboxone program.
rip

Charleston, WV

#4 Mar 16, 2012
Prestera does & I believe Dr Hansen at Valley Carl Johnson does as well.
your name

Hewett, WV

#5 Mar 16, 2012
dr turner, dr webb, u can go to suboxone.com to help u. there is an 800 number also. sometimes it is hard to find a dr. that is acceptin g new patients
chase

Beckley, WV

#6 Mar 16, 2012
I hear Saxe is brutal. Plus his waiting list is over 30 people long. Its gona take 6months or better to get in there. Prestera usually gets people right in, they are truely fair there too.
your name

Hewett, WV

#7 Mar 16, 2012
don't think that any of these doctors will give you a 2nd chance as far as failing a drug test. i hear prestera never checks for anything, but everywhere else is hardcore. benzos are a big no no.
suboxone

United States

#8 Mar 16, 2012
your name wrote:
don't think that any of these doctors will give you a 2nd chance as far as failing a drug test. i hear prestera never checks for anything, but everywhere else is hardcore. benzos are a big no no.
I work with suboxone patients at Prestera and we test regularly. Our waiting list is 20+ deep but so many get discharged due to dirty UDS and strip counts being off that 20 people goes in a week.
Medicaid/Medicare accepted and insurance as long as they have a mental health class on the carrier.
Must attend group and individual therapy as well as MARs groups (like a 12 step program for bupenorphine clients)
You need to go to open access which is M-F 8-9a and let them know what you're wanting, they'll set you up for an assessment.
Best of luck to you and follow the program.
I'd bet that you're having an opana problem, which is nothing new.
Until then attend AA or NA and start getting some positive support.
suboxenlover

Proctorville, OH

#9 Mar 26, 2012
suboxone wrote:
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I work with suboxone patients at Prestera and we test regularly. Our waiting list is 20+ deep but so many get discharged due to dirty UDS and strip counts being off that 20 people goes in a week.
Medicaid/Medicare accepted and insurance as long as they have a mental health class on the carrier.
Must attend group and individual therapy as well as MARs groups (like a 12 step program for bupenorphine clients)
You need to go to open access which is M-F 8-9a and let them know what you're wanting, they'll set you up for an assessment.
Best of luck to you and follow the program.
I'd bet that you're having an opana problem, which is nothing new.
Until then attend AA or NA and start getting some positive support.
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