We proudly serve the Barlow, KY, Ballard County area with our suboxone clinic offering telehealth services. Suboxone is classified as a partial opiate agonist and it is made up of naloxone and buprenorphine. If you have been searching for a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program that offers telehealth options, we are available to help you. Our program accepts Medicaid, private insurance and we offer affordable, transparent costs for our patients with special financial considerations.
How Does Suboxone Work?
Suboxone works by blocking the effects of opiates, doesn’t allow a user to get high and it reduces or eliminates cravings. The goal of having our suboxone doctor use this medication for MAT is to allow someone to gradually wean down from it and become clean. Someone should only use suboxone if it has been prescribed by a doctor who has been licensed and trained, otherwise it can be dangerous in the wrong hands.
How is Our Barlow, KY, Ballard County Suboxone Clinic Different?
Our suboxone clinic is different because we offer telehealth services which is not something many programs do with MAT. We use telehealth services to bring our services to people who live outside the treatment area and might not otherwise have access to rehab services. Our telehealth services allows our suboxone clinic to be available 24/7, because we know addiction never takes a break and neither do our providers.
Contact Our Suboxone Clinic Today!
In order to become clean, you need to first admit you have a drug problem because that’s the only way you will ever heal. We don’t judge you, we don’t blame you and we won’t treat you with disrespect when you come to our suboxone clinic for help. If you live in or around the Barlow, KY, Ballard County, area and want further information about our services, please contact us right now.