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The opioid crisis has become a major national public health issue in the United States. Public health resources vary by state and people struggling with opioid addiction may also be struggling with accessibility and affordability for addiction-related care.
The opioid crisis has a far reach and can affect people of all ages, genders, income brackets, and locations, and Dallas is no exception. According to the National Institute of Health, Texas healthcare providers prescribed opioids 47.2 times for every 100 people in 2018 with a statewide opioid-involved death rate of 1,402 in the same year. While slightly lower than the national average of 51.4 prescriptions, Dallas alone has seen an upward trend in drug-related deaths with 12.7 per 100,000 people.
If you’re seeking a Suboxone doctor in Dallas, you are likely considering all of the different options for treatment. Telemedicine has produced more affordable addiction treatment options in the form of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs that only require a smartphone and the ability to get prescriptions filled.
Recovery Delivered offers a variety of drug treatment programs and addiction medications. Suboxone is the most effective prescription treatment available to people who are struggling with opioid addiction, as it combines naloxone and buprenorphine. Dallas Suboxone clinics can provide this medication, but working with a MAT program like Recovery Delivered can save you valuable time and mitigate your risks of COVID-19 by skipping the trips to the clinic. Here’s why you should consider Recovery Direct’s addiction program conducted through telemedicine to combat opioid addiction.
Online 12-Step and Addiction Recovery Group Therapy Programs
Whether your addiction treatment plan includes medications or not, Recovery Delivered offers traditional 12-step programs as well as group therapy options that are all conducted digitally. Depending on your specific recovery needs, you can work with a doctor alone or with a group to overcome your addiction. Since Recovery Delivered programs are administered digitally, you do not need to worry about your care being interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors that would prevent large groups of people from assembling.
No Trips to the Pharmacy Required
You don’t need to seek out a pharmacy or spend more time waiting for prescriptions to be ready for pickup. Any medications you are prescribed will be delivered directly to you.
You Can Work Through Addiction Treatment at Your Own Pace
Prior to the pandemic, it may have been challenging to schedule regular clinic visits. In the midst of the pandemic, you may be working at home more or have increased childcare responsibilities due to school closures and lack of safe childcare. This can make accessing addiction care seem insurmountable because keeping up with the appointments can get daunting when you need to be physically present, wait to be seen, and wait again to get any addiction medications that you need.
Recovery Delivered enables you to schedule appointments with a doctor or nurse practitioner who has specific experience with opioid addiction patients. If you’re having a hard time finding a Suboxone clinic in Dallas or the nearest clinic that accepts your insurance is still too far away, it can be challenging to consistently show up for your treatments. MAT programs let you decide which time of the week and day best fits your needs and schedule, and eliminates gas and parking expenses.
You can work through your treatment program and receive medications at your own pace without the constraints of clinic hours, doctors’ availability on certain days, and travel time and expenses.
Privacy and Safety of Your Own Home
Struggling with opioid addiction is already a difficult undertaking. Even if you have a strong desire to get clean, there is still a massive stigma concerning addiction and subsequent treatment. This stigma unfortunately prevents people from seeking treatment, as they would not want to be seen entering a clinic intended for drug addiction. You also may feel shame or discomfort at the thought of walking into such a clinic. Due to constraints in your personal and/or professional lives, you may not want others to know that you are in a recovery program.
Since your treatment is done in the privacy of your own home or anywhere you can safely use a smartphone, you can avoid the brunt of this stigma if you do not wish to discuss your treatment with anyone else. Society has a long way to go in destigmatizing opioid addiction and treatment for it, but you can rest assured that your own treatment will be safe and private with Recovery Delivered.
Treatment is Covered by Out-of-Network Benefits Under Most Insurance
All private insurance with out-of-network benefits is accepted for our addiction recovery programs and treatments in Dallas. For our programs in Arizona, Ohio, and New York, we will soon accept Medicaid. You can find out if your insurer covers our programs by verifying your insurance with us to confirm that your out-of-network benefits may be used on addiction treatment.
Affordable Self-Pay Rates for Opioid Addiction
If you do not have health insurance, you can still access our telemedicine addiction recovery programs with transparent self-pay rates. The first two months will cost more due to more frequent doctor visits, but it is $125 per month to sustain your treatment plan afterwards.
Traditional opioid addiction treatment costs total around $6,500 per year if your treatment plan includes daily visits where you receive methadone, and slightly below $6,000 for buprenorphine treatments administered by your healthcare provider twice a week. Treatment through Recovery Delivered MAT programs is less than $2,000 per year at the self-pay rate, making it cost less than one-third of traditional addiction recovery treatment.
Telemedicine Makes Opioid Addiction Treatment More Accessible
Travel is often a barrier to addiction treatment in terms of time and money. In the age of COVID-19, millions of people have lost their jobs and may be unable to buy gas for their cars or even need to sell them to make ends meet. People who lack transportation due to disabilities may also have difficulty accessing Suboxone and addiction recovery and care. Since Recovery Delivered programs deliver medicine directly to patients, it also eliminates accessibility hurdles in terms of locating a pharmacy that accepts your insurance and needing to retrieve the actual prescriptions.
Recovery Delivered is always reachable through your phone with just a few taps. You do not need to worry about having reliable transportation, no matter what your reason is for not having it.
Telemedicine capabilities are expanding every day and the concept has dramatically sped up in the wake of COVID-19. While there are ailments that must be treated through visiting a doctor in person, addiction recovery is made faster, easier, and at more accessible cost through telemedicine compared to traditional clinical visits for drug counseling and receiving addiction medications. Recovery Delivered sends your medications directly to you and eliminates the costs of travel, as well as the stigma of visiting a clinic. Contact us today to learn more about Suboxone and addiction treatment programs in Dallas.
Our Membership Plans
For those who haven’t been prescribed suboxone for a minimum of 3 months.
$75/visit for 8 weeks
After 8 weeks of weekly meetings and clean drug testing
For those who have completed our 10 week program or have been prescribed Suboxone for more than 3 months.
About Recovery. Delivered.
Providing Affordable Online Addiction Treatment
Recovery. Delivered. was born out of the opioid epidemic plaguing our country. Our Founders both have a decade of experience in the addiction treatment space and saw that many people didn’t have access to care and those that did have access weren’t happy. So, they created Recovery. Delivered, an online addiction treatment and medication management company. By using technology, they were able to provide life saving addiction medicine almost 100% online.
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