Suboxone Program

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Are You Struggling with  Opioids?

Our program consists of doctor-prescribed Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, and other buprenorphine products.

Our “Quality of Care” brings structured oversight and accountability. Safety First as our program enables avoiding the potential hazards associated with drugs acquired from the streets that often have contaminants such as Fentanyl.

Services

Pharmacy Discounts for Medication

Drug Screening

NAD+ Taper*

*Our taper enables clients to discontinue suboxone and the need for medication assistance when the client is ready.

Monthly Cost: $170

Insurance: Suboxone program accepts Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans.

 

What are Suboxone and other buprenorphine products?

Buprenorphine is used to help people reduce or quit their use of heroin or other opiates.

Buprenorphine has lower abuse potential, a ceiling effect at higher doses, and greater safety in overdose compared with opioid full agonists.

Buprenorphine is a partial agonist (partially activates a receptor) at the mu-opioid receptor and an antagonist (interferes) at the kappa receptor.

It has a very high affinity (attraction to the opioid receptors), and low intrinsic (weaker effects such as euphoria and respiratory depression) activity at the mu receptor and will dislodge morphine, methadone, and other opioid full agonists from the receptor. This dislodging could cause precipitation of acute withdrawal.

Suboxone contains both buprenorphine and naloxone. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, which means that it blocks the effects of opioids at the receptor sites. Naloxone was combined with buprenorphine to deter abuse of the medication via IV use.

-WARNING-

Precipitation of acute withdrawal

Precipitated withdrawal (precipitation of acute withdrawal) happens when someone takes one of these medications before they adequately detox from the opioid. 

The withdrawal symptoms that occur in opioid addiction are incredibly intense and painful, but typically not fatal. However, in precipitated withdrawal, these symptoms are much worse. Precipitated withdrawal can include excessive vomiting and diarrhea, intense sweating, and other severe side effects.

Taking these medications too early in the recovery process can cause sudden and severe withdrawal symptoms to occur.

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