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With only a few hundred Suboxone providers in NH, finding care can be difficult. That is until now. 

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New Hampshire Suboxone® Doctors and Clinics

Most medical experts agree that the opioid crisis has evolved into an epidemic. Many people are searching for resources that can help them break free from their addiction. Countless families and lives have been changed forever due to this problem. Now, there are resources available. Professionals are stepping up to help those who have been impacting by this crisis. We are here to help families and individuals find the help they need to break away from an addiction to opioids.

We are RecoveryDelivered.com. We provide people with the resources they need to treat their opioid addiction. We view addiction as an illness and will help you without judgment or stigma. It is our promise that you can win against your addiction with the help of our professionals. We use suboxone, largely seen as the gold standard of opioid treatment, to help you go through the various stages or withdrawal and detox, at home. If you are looking for a Suboxone doctor in New Hampshire, we are here to help. Our team of doctors is located throughout Nashua, Concord, Portsmouth, and even out into the rural areas of the state. We can even deliver your medication to you in a discreet package

New Hampshire Opioid Addiction and Overdose Statistics 

No state has been left untouched by this opioid crisis and this includes New Hampshire. In 2017, New Hampshire ranked among the top five states in the country for opioid-related deaths, with more than 34 people dying out of every 100,000 people in the state. One of the reasons for this was the high rate of prescriptions on the street, with more than 53 having been written per 100 people. This high number places everyone in harm’s way.

Fortunately, the rate of opioid deaths is starting to drop. This has been due to Narcan, which can save lives. At the same time, nobody should depend on Narcan to help them break free from an addiction. This is a temporizing measure. Many people start with a 12-step program; however, many people relapse after leaving an inpatient facility. This can place them right back where they started, looking for help once again. This is where Suboxone can help people not only get clean but stay clean.

Suboxone® in New Hampshire

Suboxone has become the number one treatment option in the medical community to help people fight back against addiction to opioid medications. This is the brand name of the medication buprenorphine/naloxone and helps people break their addiction to opioids in a gradual, safe manner. 

Even though this medication works well, it hasn’t been used that often in the past. This is because there weren’t many medical providers willing to prescribe it. Now, the tides as shifting. Based on information from the SAMHSA website, there are hundreds of doctors in NH who can prescribe this much-needed medication. This is low when you compare New Hampshire to states like Ohio or New York.  On the other hand, not every doctor takes all insurance plans, such as Medicare and Medicaid. In addition, these doctors need a special waiver from the DEA, called the DATA Waiver, to prescribe Suboxone and similar medications. This is a complicated process but Recovery Delivered can help.

Cost of Suboxone Treatment in New Hampshire

In the state of New Hampshire, there are a lot of costs that come with Suboxone treatment. When it comes to the cost of the visit as well as the cost of the medication, people in New Hampshire might end up paying more than $300. The average cost is likely around $150. Fortunately, there are ways we can help. Recovery Delivered can help people get to a Suboxone clinic in New Hampshire at a discounted cost. We might be able to help you find a provider for less than $80. We can also help you get discounts on the cost of Suboxone as well. Rely on us to help you find a Suboxone doctor online. Skip the lines and get the medication sent right to your door. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

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