Online Houston Suboxone
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Why Use An Online Provider
With COVID-19 closing clinics and the risk of catching COVID-19, we are able to offer care via your cell phone. Meet with your provider online. Drug testing is also done at home to keep you safe. No more waiting in line or travel to a clinic. We are here when it's convenient for you to give you back more time to enjoy your new life.
Houston Suboxone Doctors and Clinics
Approximately 1.7 million Americans are currently struggling with an addiction to prescription opioids, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Another 652,000 suffer from an addiction to heroin. Opioid addiction is one of the greatest health problems facing the United States today. Houston and Harris County have been particularly hard hit. In 2017, Harris County alone had more opioid deaths than 21 US states. In 2018, more than 650 individuals died from opioid overdoses.
No one starts out thinking they are going to become addicted. It’s just that these drugs are so powerful. Maybe you were in a car accident or facing a life-threatening disease. Maybe you have chronic pain that just seems to overshadow everything else in your life. Likely, you were just following your doctor’s advice.
Whatever the reason you first started taking prescription pain relievers, it’s gotten to a point where they have taken over your life. You’re afraid to stop them, however, because of the withdrawal stories you’ve heard and how edgy you feel just a few hours past your next scheduled dose. That’s where suboxone can help.
What is suboxone?
Suboxone is a medication made using a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. It works to block the effects of opioid drugs, such as pain relief and the overall feeling of well being. The theory behind suboxone is that without this effects, taking opioids is much less attractive to the user. Suboxone may also help with the withdrawal effects of stepping down from opioid use. In most people, this drug reduces the effects of ceasing opioid use, such as nausea, irritability, mood swings, cramping and headaches. However, suboxone is a narcotic and can itself be addictive. It also has the potential to cause some serious side effects. Therefore, suboxone is only appropriate for use under close supervision of a doctor.
Suboxone clinics in Houston
At Recovery Delivered, we offer an alternative to in-patient opioid treatment programs. We use telemedicine and home medication delivery to bring our recovery clinic to your doorstep. The advantages are obvious. You don’t have to be worried about losing your job or the respect of your friends and colleagues by spending months away from home in treatment. You also don’t have to break your budget to take advantage of our programs. We work with most insurance coverages. You only pay a modest co-pay for each virtual appointment.
Since no two recovery journeys are alike, we have created a variety of treatment programs. The last thing we want to do is pigeonhole you into a single pre-planned recovery program. Your success is too important to us for that. To that end, we’ve created the following recovery treatment programs, all of which are available to you online. Of course, all of our programs maintain the strictest level of privacy and confidentiality.
1. Medication assisted treatment (MAT) — Medication assisted treatment used to only be available in major cities at government-funded clinics, where you’d have to stand in line for your medication, often in a “not great” part of town. We’ve streamlined that type of program by using telemedicine and medication delivery services, so you can meet with a Houston suboxone doctor right from your home and get the medication you need to step down from opioid usage delivered right to your door. That way you can safely detox at home with family and comfortable surroundings rather than at a hospital. You just check in weekly with your online doctor via your computer.
Our doctors have special credentials from the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to be able to prescription you suboxone and other medications that can help you succeed in recovery. In addition to medication, we make a myriad of resources available to you, including access to a network of hundreds of addiction counselors online and 24/7 access to cognitive behavioral therapy via an app. We strongly recommend combining our MAT program with one of our other group counseling programs to help you have the highest probability of success in your recovery.
2. Traditional 12 step programs — 12 step programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), have a long, proven track record of helping people with alcohol and drug dependency with a strong and encouraging network of former drug and alcohol abusers. We make these group meetings available to you online and combine them with 12-step online counseling. We see a four times greater success rate when we combine online counseling with 12 step meetings.
3. Online group addiction therapy program — Being surrounded by a supportive network of people who are going through recovery and who’ve been where you are and have made it through to a healthier life is essential to recovery success. We put together a confidential online group platform. Whether this is your first day of sobriety or if you’ve been struggling on and off for years, we offer an easy-to-use way to connect online.
4. Christian group rehab online — Faith is a huge component in many individual’s recovery success. If you’d prefer your recovery to have a specific Christian, faith-based slant, we understand. You’re certainly not alone. We put together like-minded individuals who bring their strong faith to their recovery journey. Our 100 percent online program includes licensed Christian counselors, scripture-based group meetings with other followers of Christ throughout the United States.
What we expect of you
We understand that everyone’s recovery journey is unique. For our part, we will do all we can to help you restart your life on a healthy, more positive track and we make an abundance of resources available to you, 100 percent online. However, we do ask a few things from you in return. These include…
- Keeping all of your appointments. If something happens that you cannot keep your appointment, we expect you to call and reschedule within 24 hours.
- Acting in a courteous and professional manner to your doctor and the clinic staff.
- Being personally responsible for the medications given to you and not sharing them with anyone else.
- Abstaining from all addictive substances, including marijuana and alcohol (but not nicotine and caffeine) while in treatment.
- Agreeing to drug and alcohol testing as requested by the physicians and staff at our clinic.
If you or someone you care about is struggling with an addiction to opioids, we can help. Treatment for addiction doesn’t have to mean weeks away from home, putting family and job responsibilities on hold. Our online recovery programs could help you start getting your life back on track today. Visit us a recoverydelivered.com today to make an appointment for a free assessment.