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What is it that makes recovery with Suboxone® difficult? The travel, the time, and the cost. RecoveryDelivered.com is here to remove all those barriers to success by providing local Washington state suboxone doctors to our patients, when it is convenient for them, all from our app. What to learn more? Fill out the form below and we will contact you.

    Suboxone Doctors in Washington

    Opioid addiction and opioid-related deaths are a serious epidemic in America, and some states see the effects of it more than others. The numbers have risen dramatically in Washington state since the beginning of the 2000s and they continue to increase steadily.

    The statistics are staggering: According to the Washington State Department of Health, approximately two people die from an opioid-related overdose every single day in the state, whether it be from heroin, synthetic opioids like fentanyl, or prescription pain medications. The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute at the University of Washington reports that police crime lab testing showed a 134% increase in positive opioid use across the state between 2002-2004 and 2014-2016, with significant increases in almost every county. Deaths caused by opioids increased by 33% during that same time period, which exceeded the state’s population growth. Of the 742 opioid-related overdose deaths in Washington in 2017, 306 of them involved heroin — an increase from 60 in 2010 — and 143 involved synthetic opioids, up from 59 in 2013. 

    Washington is facing its opioid addiction problem head-on and has ramped up efforts to prevent overdoses, focusing primarily on treatment. One of the most effective ways to treat opioid addiction is with medication-assisted treatment (MAT), a comprehensive approach that uses prescribed medications in conjunction with behavioral therapy and counseling. Medications prescribed as part of MAT block the euphoric effects of drugs while restoring normal brain chemistry and body functions. A common MAT treatment method is going to a Suboxone clinic in Washington. 

    Suboxone® in Washington

    Suboxone, which is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, is a powerful FDA-approved medication used to wean people off of opioids. It is effective in the treatment of addiction to illegal substances like heroin as well as prescription pain medications and it allows users to stop using them gradually, lessening cravings and easing withdrawal symptoms. Much like methadone, buprenorphine is used as a pain medication for moderate to severe pain, but buprenorphine is far less habit-forming. Naloxone, commonly known as Narcan®, blocks receptors in the brain to counteract the effects of opioids that give users a euphoric high and it is non-addictive. Because it is uniquely formulated to block the effects of other opioids, it is extremely unlikely that Suboxone users will attempt to abuse it. 

    When looking for a Suboxone doctor in Washington state, people are likely shocked to find that there are just 274 as of December 2019 — in a state with a population of more than 7.5 million. Based on those numbers, each Suboxone clinic in Washington serves more than 27,000 people. This is where Recovery Delivered comes in. Recovery Delivered serves Washington residents by providing medication-assisted treatment in a telemedicine format and delivering prescription medications right to patients’ doorsteps, helping to make addiction treatment more accessible statewide. By bringing treatment and therapy directly to patients online, Recovery Delivered replaces lengthy drives and inconvenient visits to a Suboxone clinic in Washington. 

    Cost of Suboxone Treatment in Washington

    While the exact cost of MAT with a Suboxone doctor in Washington is difficult to define because there are so many factors, Recovery Delivered is overall a lower-cost alternative. Most of the time, a Suboxone doctor in Washington will charge an office visit in addition to the cost of prescriptions, and figuring out which insurance benefits are accepted can be frustrating and difficult. In many cases, this costs patients $150/visit and that is just to speak with a doctor.  Suboxone® medication can run up to $200 per week and drug testing can cost another $50 per week. 

    Recovery Delivered charges just $75/visit. You may choose to use your insurance to cover the cost of drug testing at a lab, or have our at home drug testing sent to you for just $10/test. The exact monthly cost of prescription medications can vary slightly with Recovery Delivered based on the number of milligrams prescribed. 

    Struggling with opioid addiction is difficult on its own. Finding treatment shouldn’t be even more of a challenge. For a more accessible and cost-effective alternative to a Suboxone clinic in Washington, visit Recovery Delivered online today. 

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