Opioid addiction is not a problem to treat at home. You still need a DEA-registered Suboxone doctor who is specially trained to help you kick your opioid addiction, or else you may face dire consequences.
Suboxone doctors are licensed to treat a limited number of patients at a time, so you need to find a doctor who is currently not handling many patients. Keep in mind that you should not go to just any suboxone clinic, but always check and look for the best suboxone clinic.
Here is how you can find the best suboxone clinic.
Make a call or search online.
Previously, suboxone.com offered directories for suboxone providers, but unfortunately, they are no longer available. However, you can search online to find the best suboxone clinics available near you. Find and call each clinic to check their availability.
Don't get discouraged if you can't find one, but keep trying because you deserve to get well.
Ask NAABT's TreatmentMatch locator to find you a match.
National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment allows you to remain anonymous, enter your contact information, history, and the type of treatment you are seeking. The locator will search for licensed suboxone clinics for you that are accepting new patients in your area.
The best part is that you will remain anonymous, and suboxone providers will contact you via the information you provide. Now you have the opportunity to choose your provider based on your needs.
Check out SAMHSA's buprenorphine provider locator.
In general, half of the doctors listed on NAABT are not taking new patients. Don't let this discourage you. You can use SAMHSA's buprenorphine provider locator. There you will meet the best doctors and physician assistants to prescribe buprenorphine for you.
People who are addicted to opioids also have the right to live a normal life. You deserve to be treated well. So follow the guidelines mentioned above to get in touch with the best suboxone clinic in your area.