New York Suboxone
Receiving care for opioid addiction in New York from your phone is now available. Get your care online. No more waiting. No more driving. Just results.
Connect with an New York Suboxone Doctor
The days of waiting at a clinic, driving across town or taking the 2 trains to meet your doctor each week are over. Recovery Delivered offers medication assisted treatment with Suboxone in New York and accepts Medicaid insurance as well as most other insurances. Ready to speak with someone? Fill out the form below and a member of our recovery staff will reach out.
New York Suboxone Doctors Near You
New York state saw over 3,220 deaths involving opioids in 2017. This is more than the national average. The largest jump reported by Drugabuse.gov is in the synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl. The increase in deaths related to synthetic opioids increased from 210 to 2,238 in just 4 years. This is a startling growth in the state of New York. Thankfully, the Suboxone® and buprenorphine/naloxone doctors are stepping up.
Suboxone® Doctor/Clinic Near You in New York
In New York state, there are almost 4,000 Suboxone® doctors or clinics with an active DATA Waiver, which is issued by the DEA for the distribution of addiction medication. When you compare this to the just over 2,000 Suboxone® Doctors in Ohio and 1,100 in Arizona, New York state has plenty of providers to service the community. However, how many people really want to visit, or even wait, inside a Suboxone® clinic in NY? Many do, but now they have a better option. RecoveryDelivered.com puts access to a licensed Buprenorphine or Suboxone® provider in the palm of your hands via our app. Simply download the app, transfer your care to us, and within 24 hours you will be using telemedicine to meet with your provider.
Cost of Suboxone® Treatment in New York
The saying that everything is more expensive in New York holds true, even when it comes to the treatment of opioid use disorder through medication assisted treatment. New Yorkers will have two costs when visiting a local Suboxone® clinic near them. The first cost is for the visit (or doctors time). This can range from $100-$300 depending upon the doctor. This visit is also covered under New York Medicaid. The second cost is for the medication itself which is also covered by Medicaid. If a patient is paying cash for their Suboxone®, the cost is an average of $1/mg dose. So, if the patient is taking a 8mg dose per day, that is $8/day or $56 per week.
Recovery Delivered is more than just ease and access to care, but also a lower cost. Patients are able to meet with our licensed Suboxone® doctors in New York for as little as $50/visit and have access to medication as low as $25/month.