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Nebraska Suboxone and Subutex Doctors are Available

One of the biggest challenges facing the modern healthcare system is the opioid crisis. This issue has impacted the lives of countless people, tearing families apart. No state has been left untouched and this includes the state of Nebraska. There are pills flooding the streets and people’s lives are being derailed. Now, trained professionals, including us, are stepping up to the plate. We are here to help people access the medical care they need to break free from opioid addiction and get their lives back on track.

At RecoveryDelivered.com, our goal is to help people access the resources they need to go through opioid withdrawal and detox in a safe way. We know that some people have reservations about discussing their addictions with other people. We promise that we can help you without judgment or stigma. We want to help you get your life back on track. Our goal is to provide Suboxone, the gold standard of opioid addiction treatment, in a safe way. We can help you detox and taper your required dose over a period of a year. If you are in search of a Suboxone doctor in Nebraska, trust us to help you. We have doctors located throughout the Omaha area and out to the rural areas, too. We can deliver your medication discreetly to your door.

Nebraska Opioid Addiction and Overdose Statistics 

Sadly, numerous people die in Nebraska every year due to opioid overdoses and related deaths. One of the reasons why is the number of prescriptions on the street. Per 100 people in the state of NE, more than 56 opioid prescriptions were written in 2017. The high number of prescriptions only adds to the number of pills on the street, placing everyone in harm’s way. 

While Narcan has helped people who suffer from opioid overdoses, nobody should assume that this drug is going to help them in the event of an overdose. It is important to break the cycle and halt addictive behavior. This is where most people start with a 12-step program. An inpatient facility might be a good first step, but many people end up relapsing quickly. This places them back at square one. Suboxone is a way for people to not only get clean but stay clean as well.

Suboxone® in Nebraska

Medical providers everywhere have turned to the wonders if Suboxone to help their patients get clean. For those who might not know, Suboxone is the brand name of buprenorphine/naloxone. The medication will help people go through withdrawal in a safe way, allowing them to taper their required medication amount gradually over time. Eventually, they won’t need Suboxone at all. 

Some people ask why this medication isn’t used more often if it works so well. One of the reasons why is that medical providers were hesitant to use it in the past. Now, those looking for a Suboxone clinic in Nebraska are in luck. According to the SAMHSA website, there are more than 100 doctors in NE alone who are willing to prescribe this medication. Not every doctor on this list accepts all insurance plans, such as Medicaid. Furthermore, special documentation, such as the DATA Waiver, is needed from the DEA to prescribe Suboxone and similar medications. Recovery Delivered is here to help people find the option that is right for them.

Cost of Suboxone Treatment in Nebraska

The cost of Suboxone in Nebraska is going to vary from office to office. Furthermore, the insurance coverage will vary by the exact plan as well. Some people might have a high deductible to meet. It is not unusual for someone to pay $300 or more per visit when they go to a doctor in-person. Fortunately, Recovery Delivered can help people get the treatment they need for a fraction of the cost. With our help, you might be able to see a doctor online for less than $80. We can help you get a discount on the cost of your medication as well. Get it delivered to you discreetly. Avoid the lines. Trust Recovery Delivered to help you.

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