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Offering completely free assistance to those seeking addiction treatment services.

A startup during the COVID-19 Pandemic, GetSuboxone has provided quality services to clients by connecting them with the professional care they deserve. Learn more about finding affordable Suboxone treatment services. We work with all insurance plans, including Medicaid. Available in all 50 states.

Suboxone Treatment Center & Doctors


Our Purpose is simple: we want to help those suffering from opioid addiction get Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) like Suboxone by utilizing private and public insurance benefits available to them. We believe that opioid addiction is as serious as any physical illness like a broken arm or leg, and we treat it as such. We also understand that one of the most addicting aspects of opioids is the excruciating withdrawal symptoms like chills, fever, body and muscle aches, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. Luckily, Suboxone is an FDA-approved prescription drug approved for the treatment of opioid-dependence and withdrawal. We're happy to say we can help you find the perfect in-network Suboxone provider.

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A clinically proven way to avoid opioid withdrawal symptoms.

About to go through opioid withdrawal? Never been prescribed Suboxone? Get connected to a Suboxone doctor today. We work will all health insurance plans.

If you don't have insurance, we still may be able to help. Book an appoitment below to discuss your options.


Medicaid Suboxone Doctors


Struggling with Suboxone expenses? Currently unemployed? Find out if you’re eligible for Medicaid. Medicaid is health insurance provided by the government to people with low income that meet certain creiteria. Each state has their own Medicaid regulations and eligibility requirements. It is free to apply, and assistance is available through the state. Clients on Medicaid can save hundreds of dollars per month on Suboxone expenses.


Medicaid can help cover Suboxone expenses. Check out this article to help determine your eligibility. Make sure to check your state’s Medicaid website as each state has different requirements.

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