Minnesota Suboxone

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No more traveling in the snow, taking time away from family and friends, just to see your doctor each week to renew your prescription. RecoveryDelivered.com provides access to licensed, experience, Suboxone® and Subutex® doctors near you all from your smartphone. To learn more, complete the form below or download the app.

Access To Minnesota Suboxone® Doctors

Over the past few years, opioids have been sweeping the nation and Minnesota has been impacted just like every other state. On the streets of MN, there are opioids floating around, placing everyone in harm’s way. These drugs are impacting people of all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities, and status. Fortunately, there are resources that are popping up to help people in need. Trained professionals are stepping up to take back control from opioid addiction, providing individuals with the support they need to break their addiction and get their lives back on track.

RecoveryDelivered.com is one such example. We are here to increase the access that people have to providers and resources who can help them fight their opioid addiction. We can help people from the great state of Minnesota with their opioid addiction. We are here to help everyone without passing judgment or inviting stigma. We have an online Medication Assisted Treatment program that uses Suboxone to help people go through withdrawal at home in a safe and secure manner. We have seen just how important Suboxone can be to those who are looking to detox from opioids. We will help individuals taper their treatment over the course of 12 months. If you are looking for a Suboxone doctor in Minnesota, turn to us for assistance. Our doctors are located throughout the twin cities and out into the rural areas as well. We can deliver medication right to your front door, avoiding the issues related to traveling. Trust us to help you.

Minnesota Opioid Addiction and Overdose Statistics 

For those who might not know, Minnesota saw close to 8 opioid-related deaths per 100,000 people in the year 2017 alone. This is far too many. In addition, government resources also indicate that more than 41 opioid prescriptions were issued in 2017 per 100 people in the state of Minnesota. This means that opioids have flooded the streets, contributing to the deaths related to opioid use. 

Even though the rate of opioid deaths has been declining in recent years thanks to Narcan, people shouldn’t rely on Narcan to treat their opioid addiction. Steps need to be taken to break this cycle. There are lots of people who start with a 12-step program; however, the rate of relapse after leaving an inpatient facility is high and people might end up right back where they started. For those looking to stay clean, Suboxone is a great resource.

Suboxone® in Minnesota

Medical research has shown that Suboxone is a powerful medication that can help people combat opioid addiction. The brand name of buprenorphine/naloxone, the goal of Suboxone is to help people go through withdrawal in a safe manner, tapering down the amount of medication required until it isn’t needed at all. One of the reasons why this medication was hard to find in the past is that providers were unable or unwilling to prescribe it.

Now, there has been a shift. In the state of MN, there are hundreds of providers listed on the SAMHSA website who can prescribe this medication. Even though someone is listed on this website, they might not accept all insurance plans, such as Medicaid. They also might not have the appropriate DATA Waiver that is required by the DEA to prescribe medications used to treat addiction, such as Suboxone. This is where everyone needs to rely on Recovery Delivered to guide them to the right provider. 

Cost of Suboxone Treatment in Minnesota

The cost of receiving Suboxone treatment in the state of MN can vary for each individual. Some doctors charge more than others. Some insurance plans vary in their co-pay amount. When someone is looking for Suboxone treatment in Ohio, it might cost $300 or more. While the average cost is going to be around half of that, many people cannot afford to pay this much money. RecoveryDelivered.com can help people have access to a provider online for significantly less. Some might even end up paying less than $80. Recovery Delivered can also help people get their medication at a lower price as well. We will send this medication right to your door. Avoid the lines. No more waiting. Trust Recovery Delivered to provide you with licensed Suboxone® doctors through our online clinic in Minnesota.

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