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 Information For Connecticut Suboxone Providers There are many Suboxone providers, Suboxone doctors within Connecticut. When ctsuboxone.com was created, four years ago, helping individuals find a Suboxone doctor that was accepting new patients wasn’t that hard. Times have changed, with many who are seeking help with opiate addiction, many have Medicaid. There are clinics throughout Connecticut, […]

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Suboxone doctors/providers in Connecticut your help is needed. With many people seeking a Suboxone provider in Connecticut it is anything but easy to find one that accepts the insurance that they have or have to contact so many Suboxone doctors to see how much private providers are asking for treatment. Working together we can help […]

Helping people in Connecticut find a Suboxone provider

While so many are seeking help in Connecticut many have found it is anything but easy, so many are reaching out for help to become positive citizens in Connecticut. If we could work together, ctsuboxone and providers, it would allow for more success in finding treatment for people who want help so badly.

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Welcome to Ct Suboxone.

This site is dedicated to Suboxone, what many consider to be the best medication along with counseling  to treat  the disease of opiate addiction. It has become very difficult to find a Suboxone provider in Connecticut that is accepting new patients.

Opiate addiction affects millions of Americans.  The disease of addiction is so dangerous because addiction does not discriminate.  Addiction does not care if you are young, old, black, white or even the offspring of a heroin user.  When most people hear about addiction they make assumptions of dirty street corners and slimy drug dealers selling heroin but that is not the case.

Before Proceeding there are some very informative posts that have been made you may be interested in reading, if you have time please check these out:

A gentleman  was in a horrible accident that caused him to have to undergo two surgeries before being released from the hospital and he was prescribed pain medication for his recovery.  This medication quickly turned to an addiction, and we see this all too often. On the other hand you can also become addicted by using illicit street narcotics like heroin or other opiates.

What I would just like to stress is that how you became addicted to opiates does not matter, how you are going to treat the disease is what we care about.  Like addiction we do not discriminate, we are here to help. All that we ask or all that we need is to know you are ready to get help and truly want help, from there we will do our very best to help you on your journey to the road to recovery.

If you have any questions that you are unable to answer after browsing our site please do not hesitate to contact us, we are here to help please know that there are so many people in Connecticut desperately searching for a provider, calling dozens of Suboxone providers a day and being told the same thing, “we aren’t accepting new patients”. It is very frustrating for people who truly want to get back to being a positive citizen in society.

We encourage new and existing Suboxone providers in Connecticut to contact us. Ctsuboxone is the only referral source for opiate addiction our state has, we can be found online or on the 211 info line. Contact us if information changes such as location, phone number, not accepting new patients or are. It is also helpful to know if you accept insurance what ones. Fee for service providers, how much for the initial visit, fee for visits after and the monthly fee. This information will NOT be posted on the site unless you request it to be. Having this information will allow for linking patients with providers. Email [email protected] to help in assisting the residence of Connecticut With the disease of addiction.

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  1. Mark says:

    Hello I also saw the news with this site and Courtney and what she does to help people who are drug addicts heroin or pain killers. I have been doing heroin for 9 years. I grew up in a good home with both of my parents we didn’t want for anything there was no abuse I had a great upbringing I went to school, I was going to be somebody, until oxy contin and perks. Well that is what it started with it happened so quickly that I needed more to just feel normal, I was no longer just getting high I was just trying to not be sick. It got expensive and harder to find, someone suggested to try heroin it is cheaper so I did. I could afford it for a little while. I was a junkie half my veins I could not use anymore. I overdosed several times but that wasn’t enough to stop me from using. I went into a rehab center for 45 days. It felt like I was going out of my mind, they were trying to teach me things but I did not care I was sick I still had that voice the voice telling me I needed dope. I was released after 45 days and I went right back to using that day. Then I found suboxone and it was then I had hope of being normal. I continued to use but would get subs when I could. After seeing the news I contacted this site and talked to Courtney she was so nice and she took time to talk to me and she called different doctors for me because I called doctors and was treated like the junkie I am, they were nasty people. I almost said forget it if that was how I was going to be treated I’d rather continue to use. She called and found a doctor for me. Without her help I woulda gave up. Thank you so much Courtney for helping me and everyone you give people like me hope I have been on Suboxone and i have not used and I am speaking with my family pilling my life together one day at a time. I want to say to anyone that is reading this I think rehabs are a waste of time I have seen people on methadone and they look and act like they are on dope. The only thing that helps is Suboxone so why is it so hard to get on it? why? This is a miracle medicine and it needs to be available to more people. How many more people have to die in Connecticut before they realize that Suboxone is the way? Thank you so much Courtney God bless you thank you for saving my life

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    • Natasha from Russia says:

      There needs to be more organization in my opinion…quality over quantity,,,yes help those in need, but dont lose sight over those who have proven themselves to be fighters in this battle

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    • Melissa says:

      The state of Connecticut does not care about addiction. There is a 800 number if you need help. I called the number thinking I am finally going to get on Suboxone, yay. I could not have been more wrong. It is a number and they just tell you to go to Stonnington institute or some other place to be evaluated! What the hell is that? How is this going to stop the over doses?
      Connecticut is good for one thing, smoke screens. they act like they are going to help and they set up different things but it is not what people think until you call and find out it was just another joke.

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    • Court says:

      Message left by Sarah:
      The State of CT is turning a blind eye to the Heroin Addiction epidemic … they created an 800 number that is useless … do they think we don’t know about Cedar street in New haven- my son has waited three days to get in there – they have no available beds. This epidemic is so widespread they need a Detox hospital! A HEALTH CENTER for addictions. And do they think Heroin addicts are up at 8:00 – 11:00 in the morning for a two hour intake ? Really? How about treating people 24/7 – oh yeah… that’s what they say at Hill Health Center but they have no beds either… No support for families that are being torn apart… it takes a lot for the addict to admit they need help and once they do… they need Immediate help … not “you have to wait for a bed- keep calling back “. And now the governor is cutting funding… We need Suboxone clinics and Lots more Doctors to treat these sick people. Train Doctors and med students and Pharm students to treat the addicted … if this was the Ebola virus we would be all over it … Speak up People …let your representatives know you want help for these sick people.

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  2. Namaste says:

    Gotta say sobriety has been awesome since finding CT suboxone!!! I called this awesome girl Courntey at like 10 at nite an she answered. i can def recommend her to anyone serious about sobriety!! I found someone in a day and I have been sober almost 5 months. no relapses

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  3. some1saved says:

    First off thank you channel 8 for doing a story on the couple that takes the 100 mile trip to get treatment suboxone treatment yes it is a life saving medication for heroin addicts. I did not see it when it was on t.v but a friend found it on Facebook and sent it to me. Courtney the woman who was on the couch helping people find a suboxone doctor and she helped the couple in the news story find help with suboxone. When I heard her voice I was in shock Courtney helped me find a suboxone doctor and i am still going to the doctor. Before suboxone I did not have a job I did not have family they wanted nothing to do with me, yea I used to steal from them because dope heroin is that strong. My family did not deserve the hell I put them trough they just stopped all communication with me they could not trust me heroin made me do things I never thought I would do. All that has changed I have a new life I am sober once I got on Subs and treatment from therapy honestly I hated it at first but then I started to look forward to it cause these people do care about us “throw aways” or “junkies” we are people we feel we just have a disease. Many long talks with Courtney she always would say “people are cruel but dont let them discorage you, do not give up, people do not understand that this is a disease” Courtney is the one that saved my life I went to so many places and was treated like a junkie nobody the only help that I could find easily was methadone na I did not want to be high i did the methadone program going every freekin day drug dealers in the parking lot that is not help that is just Ct trying to shut people like us up and keep you messed up. That crap did the same thing dope did I was noddin off I looked like crap I felt like crap and it was not help not me and that was what i wanted. The only way I was getting off of dope was suboxone or death. This state is twisted how come there is this medication that will get you off this dope or pills and you can get your life back but it is so freekin hard. Gov Malloy needs to man up and help and have suboxone be available to addicts in Connecticut not dope in a cup or methadone. How many more people have to die because this state ain’t with the times? Maybe Malloy and the rest think that junkies dying is “taking out the garbage” wake up Connecticut suboxone saves lives this website n Courtney saved my life without her I’d still be on dope or dead. Thank you Courtney for always being there for me and thank you for caring about “US” it’s about time the news picked up on all the care and support you give, you saved my life forever.

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    • Jay says:

      It should not be so difficult to find help for opiate addiction in this state. Methadone is easy to get on but it did not work for me I felt like I was still using, that euphoric feeling then having to go every morning and wait in the line of people all talking about using. Trying to keep my full time job and my family life afloat and my methadone secret was getting harder and harder. I was noddin off just like I was when using heroin, how is this any different? I got off methadone and went back to using, I wanted Suboxone treatment. After calling all of the doctors on the list for providers in Connecticut I was shocked at how rude people were, many providers were not helping anymore, a lot of them did not answer. Anyway I was fortunate like the other people that have left comments on this site to find Courtney and this site. She was so kind and caring she completely understood what I was going through and told me that she would help me. At first I was unsure didn’t believe her but I was wrong, she did, It did take some time but she found me a Suboxone doctor that also does therapy. If I did not find this site and Courtney I do not think I would have gotten the help I wanted and needed. Suboxone saved my life I have not relapsed I am not high I am me again. Thank you so much Courtney for putting up with me and my annoying calls Anyone who finds this site is in the right place. Suboxone should not be so hard to find when it saves lives.

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      • Father says:

        I agree with you 1000%. It should never be this difficult to stop an increasing epidemic. Suboxone in CT solves this. With knowledge comes power. Those on the frontier like Courtney have a lot to offer!

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  4. Natasha from Russia says:

    I spoke with Courtney from CT suboxone in October of 2015, As a teacher with a bachelors in psychology and a future ahead of me, I desperately needed some support in order to get my life on track. Typical story, after a car accident that ended in opiate addiction,,,,But Courtney is no typical woman. She was there for me through everything talking with me and reminding me that I have what it takes to make it! …..,5 months later I am still sober with the job of my dreams and an amazing future ahead of me…Charlies Angel as we call her, is truly that, an angel, I believe Courtney has the heart mind and spirit to move mountains and she deserves credit for this. Among those who stand, do not sit; among those who sit, do not stand. Among those who laugh, do not weep; among those who weep, do not laugh. ~Jewish Proverb
    Thank you Charlies Angel, for saving my life. G-d sees…..Humans see and I hope one day you get the recognition you deserve

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    • Natasha from Russia says:

      Do not be wise in words – be wise in deeds. ~Jewish Proverb

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      • Natasha from Russia says:

        and Courtney has been wise in words AND deeds….Just needed to put it out there because i have been wanting to thank her for a long time

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        • Namaste says:

          That makes me so happy to know that there are people out there who truly care? right?!

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  5. Father says:

    I am a father of three with a full time career and I must say that CT Suboxone has been monumental in my path to a strong recovery. There appears to be no help out there and this concerns me. I ending up needing state insurance thus a stigma. I had everything and lost it all to addiction. The young lady, Courtney who has been answering the phone for this site has spent countless hours speaking with me and advocating for me. This in turn has made her an advocate for my family. She is an amazing woman. I have faith that the system will prevail

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    • Father says:

      I would also like to give my congratulations to the press release advocating suboxone.

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  6. New beginnings says:

    Hello, I would just like to thank with all sincerity the CT suboxone program and miss courtney for helping save my daughters life. My daughter is so intelligent and beautiful. She needed a role model like Courtney to help her move on to this new beginning in her life

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  7. New life says:

    Hi I was nervous to say something but here it goes! I am starting my first semester of college thanks to Courtney and CT suboxone!!! Yasss! The truth is that I got into dope in highschool (some bad choices) and my fam had all but gave up on me. I almost didnt even go to college but then I found this site and CT suboxone and its like my whole world changed

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    • New life says:

      Would like to add,,,,that it is super hard for me to talk to anybody… i am not a talker…and Courtney took the time to really listen and I just dont know how I would have made it without her…Its like I can see my future for the first time in my life

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  8. Semper fi says:

    I need to say thanks because I dont go on these sites ever but seriously CT Suboxone has made my life a million times better than it was when I was in the trenches of my addiction. Courtney, dont ever stop doin what you are doing. you have a mission and you are needed in this fight against this battle

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    • Semper fi says:

      I fought in wars for this country but never fought so hard as in this war against addiction

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  9. Faith says:

    I love my family and I love my sobriety. In the past my worlds always competed for my attention. I prayed endlessly as a mother. I feel like God has given me a second chance,,,third even….and thank you dear Courtney for being the voice to those of the silent ones who suffer silently.,,You spoke with me and were always there for me. You lead me to the right path and that is suboxone. I can be a mom again! Thank you and thank you CT suboxone

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  10. LIFE is says:

    Life is birth joy happiness and pain, it is struggle and success…if one chooses to prevail despite the struggle…..CT suboxone and Courtney, You saved my daughters life. Your hard work does not go un seen or. May the powers of CT legislation assist you with this crisis

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  11. ImSaved says:

    So this is what its all about. Ct Suboxone and Courtney who paved the way. Been reading these comments knowing I made right choice

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  12. Court says:

    I want to thank everyone for taking the time to leave a comment on ctsuboxone.com It has been very hard to find Suboxone providers in Connecticut that are taking new patients for medication assisted programs. This becomes even more difficult if you have state of Connecticut health insurance, Medicaid, Husky A, B, C, D.
    It is also important to express my gratitude to WTNH channel 8, chief investigative reporter David Iverson and producer Kellyanne, for the story they had done about a couple desperately seeking help. Channel 8 news continues to keep the difficulty many citizens in Connecticut face wile trying to get help for this disease of addiction. Please see the story they did http://wtnh.com/2016/02/11/addicts-take-100-mile-trek-for-lifesaving-treatment/

    Again thank you to all who have left comments, to David Iverson and Kellyanne from WTNH, channel 8 news.

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  13. Jay says:

    I’ll be strait up, CT suboxone helped me to the fullest. There are no other websites I have come across that are offer the level of help and resources like this site. Courtney who answers the phone took the time to talk to me through this process. Its been a few months now and I am doing great with the program. Got my wife back and my kids.

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  14. Kellie says:

    It is so hard to find help in Conn for heroin addiction. I saw a lady left a comment about the 1-800 number the state has for people like me to call if they need help. What a joke that is, There is no avail beds or doctors to help with suboxin it is just a front. They do no care about us we are sick but we are junkies and junkies do not matter. I called so many numbers and then a doctor told me to call this number and I was really surprised when I saw this site and all the good people had to say about it and Courtny. I thought it was just more spoon fed BS but it was not. She was able to help me find a provider it took some time but she kept in touch with me to see how I was doing no body cares about me so I was shocked that she did I finally got into a place and am on suboxin. If I did not find a doctor i was going to go on methadone and that was the last thing I wanted. My life is changing I am feeling normal as each day passes if I can give anyone anything that would be do not give up call this number and talk to Courtny sh is wicked cool and understands and she cares about people like me and suboxin is a miricle medication it saved my life aI am going to be starting a job this week and there is no way when I was usin that I could work because if I was sick I would not get out of bed that is what they do not understand how sick you get when you do not have heroin and your body is used to having it. The detox is the hardest the way you feel mentally you just want more you need more to forget about everything. Now I do not want to forget I am working on myself and my illness. Thank you Courtny for all of your help for being there when I was at my worst and for being there now the world needs more of you.

    Kellie

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  15. Sarah says:

    My son went this morning to APT foundation in New Haven at 1 Long Wharf Ct, this was his 6th attempt…. It took all he had to get himself there, he did the intake , the blood work, urine tests etc… then met with a counselor, he unloaded about his addiction, his issues and what he thought he needed and what he thought he could handle- he text me after his meeting and waiting for his outcome that today his life was going to change- he was so happy and I could hear the hope in his voice. Then when he met again with the councelor he asked for Suboxone because he’d had methaodone once before and hated the way it made him feel – angry and foggy- sleepy anxious and the counselor said “no” he could only have Methaodone and Jay argued his point but to no avail. When he called me he was in tears and distraught he said “they f’d me Mom” they wouldn’t put me on Suboxone- they wanted me to be a zombie on Methaodone.. I don’t know what I am going to do… that was the last I have heard from him … I am heartbroken… why is it so difficult to get our loved ones help?

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    • Court says:

      Sarah,

      This is a true story that I have heard more times than I can count and it is my opinion that it is a cruel act of giving false hope. Desperate people seeking help for their opiate addiction have called the The APT Foundation in New Haven Ct, asking for Suboxone treatment. Spending hours at The APT Foundation, jumping through all the hoops, only to be told ” we are not taking new patients for Suboxone treatment, only Methadone”. When mislead in this way, there should be a complaint made, as it is a growing issue.
      The opiate epidemic in Connecticut is NOT SOMETHING NEW, This has been going on for years. I do not believe the state of Connecticut has done anything for the thousands of people in this state that suffer from the disease of opiate addiction. Connecticut’s (DMHAS) Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services HAS created a “CRISIS SERVICE” or C.I.T Crisis Intervention Team, broken up into 5 regions across Ct, for ones in need for help with opiate addiction. I myself have called, to see what it was that needed to be done to get help for opiate addiction. I was told that I had to go to a location to be seen, to see if I fit the criteria for help. Countless others have said that there is NO AVAILABILITY, NO BEDS. End result, NO HELP.
      Why is is so difficult to find help for a loved one in Connecticut? Because there are NOT enough Suboxone providers in Connecticut to treat the individuals living here that need help with opiate addiction.
      With the overwhelming number of innocent lives were lost because of this disease, over 700 last year, it is beyond comprehension as to why there is not an urgency to help, as in help is needed NOW not tomorrow not in a month, NOW. How many more innocent lives have to be lost, seeking help? How many more families have to be destroyed because of lack of help to treat the sick?

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