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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. J.J says:

      After reading all of the comments left on this site I have to say for the first time in a long time I had hope. At first I thought it was fake until I called Courtney from this site Conn Suboxone. Methadone was not an option but I felt like every place I called was a dead end, again I called Courtney. Every single thing people have said in the comments were true, she really does care about addicts and getting them help. It is unusual, rare to find someone with such compassion for the heroin addicts in Connecticut, or pain killer addiction. As many said they called so many doctors just to get turned down and treated like garbage, Courtney was the complete opposite a true blessing to so many and there is no real way to explain how priceless this woman is, she is not fake, she is clearly educated because she was so knowledgeable. Phone conversations has never been something I liked but I found myself telling her things I could not even admit to myself or my real friends. When all hope was lost I found this site and with it Courtney. She talked with me for at least 2 hours, no judgement just a caring kind voice. She did help me find a suboxone treatment center one that is different from all the others out there. This place really cares about me and my needs not what everyone else needs. She informed me that I would have to go weekly that was not a problem because I need as much help for my PROBLEM with heroin addiction. Once again there is a bad batch of dope killing people in the New London area. Please pick up the phone call Courtney and talk with her. You have to put yourself first so many people have died in 2015 because of heroin with Fentantyl in it. Your body cannot handle a hot shot of this you will die, do not put your life on the lone even more, there is hope there is help and it is right here with Courtney. Thank you for your help thank you for not judging me for my disease and thank you for all of your hard work. The world or this state could defiantly use more of you. You are unique in so many ways, light the way for others, teach people how to be caring help doctors suboxone providers, you are one in a billion.

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    2. Susan says:

      Ellington behavioral health run by Dr. Shahab and her “minions” are all about money. I’ve looked on many other sites and the comments are all the same, Dr. Shahab has a “God complex” her staff are rude and, they are all about the money. As a former patient of Dr. Shahab it is true. The staff are extremely rude, especially Heather. When you walk in you have to check in and Heather has an attitude towards everyone, even worse she makes you feel like a nobody. Going to group twice a week, where they tell the group your personal business. If you had a dirty urine, Mark who runs the group will call you out so everyone knows. Some people go to group THREE times a week. Recycling patients, as said in another comment, that is also true. After a few months (recently) I left, found a new doctor. I could no longer mentally handle the way I was being treated or watch how others were being treated. It was after that when I called my insurance company and asked to see what Dr. Shahab’s office was charging. The two groups a week, they were getting paid a lot for those. The check up visit with Dr. Shahab monthly, a lot of money. What shocked me the most was what they were being paid for URINE twice a week, NINETY DOLLARS $90! Twice a week. This place should be closed down or the state should have an undercover go in and see what this office is really doing. It is really sad that there are people there trying to meet all the demands, 2 groups a week, when you have to meet with Dr. Shahab for your “check up” that is 3 times a week. When you have to do a “check up” with Mark the therapist, it’s again 3 times a week. Two weeks out of the moth you go twice a week, if you are late they will kick you out and you will NOT get your medication, suboxone, until you make up your group and your urine. Holding your suboxone from you because you were sick, with a note from your doctor, is wrong. They have so many rules that you have to follow and if you do not follow everything, you will be punished by not having your medication or they will kick you out. So if you are looking for help, you will not get it with Dr. Shahab. It is really hard to find a suboxone doctor in connecticut but keep looking, call this site they will help you, they helped me find another suboxone doctor. Maybe, MAYBE one day Dr. Shahab will change her ways and start actually caring about people that need help.

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    3. Sam says:

      Unbelievable! This website has helped me when the hope for help for my opiate addiction was at a dead end. My story about calling Suboxone doctor after Suboxone doctor with the same results being the same, not taking new patients, we are full, the straight nasty receptionist that do not belong in this field, as they are disgustingly rude. Even worse, I called the Apt foundation asked them if they were taking new people for Suboxone, they said yes, just come in. So I did. Sat for hours ( thinking its worth it I’m getting on Suboxone) my name was called and long story short they WERE NOT TAKING NEW PATIENTS FOR SUBOXONE! TGEY WERE FOR Methadone. What a waste of time, what a cruel thing to do. If I wanted to get high I would keep doing dope, that is all Methadone does, get you high. I’ve been on it, they just up your dose and up your dose. Many of the people I know that are on methadone and they are on 100- 180 milligrams how is that legal? It’s Connecticut’s legal heroin. Courtney from this site and that everyone talks about she is wonderful just like everyone says. The world needs more of you Courtney, you are so kind easy to talk to and you helped me get into a doctor that accepted state insurance and that cares about addicts like me. I’m not proud of being an addict but I am. There is a long road ahead but I’m ready for it. Thank you so much Courtney, thank you for all of the people you help and lives that you have changed.

      Sam

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    4. Anon says:

      Courtny thank you for saving my life. It sounds extreme but it is the truth. Heroin has consumed my life for so long along with lost family and friends, I lost myself I lost hope. Addicts are no bodies, that was my thought for years until I spoke with you. With the many calls I made to the state of Connecticut for help with heroin addiction and they could only suggest methadone. No thank you. Why is methadone so easy to get on in this state but Suboxone a medication that does not get you high is near impossible! Unless you found Courtny that is and connecticutsuboxone.com Courtny is so caring and when I called her she said ” I will not give you false hope or promise I can find you a Suboxone doctor but I will do everything I can” She didn’t feed me a line of crap BUT she came through. She found me a suboxone docotr in Connecticut with doctors that really care about me that care about my individual needs, that care about me as a person. I have been on Suboxone treatment in Rocky Hill. I would not send my worst enemy there. Feeling bad enough for the things I had done because of my disease, this place is inhumane, telling the whole group about everyone’s urine, if it came back dirty. They do not care, ther is only one doctor that does and that one doctor doesn’t belong in a rat hole like that. If other people have dealt with this place or is dealing with it be careful, they will lie they will treat you like a number or a dollar sign. Anyway the good thing, the great thing is where I go now, Courtny said they would care about me that I was more than a number that I was an individual with a disease. Never have I spoken to an angel I did not know they existed but one does and it is Courtny, you saved my life, you took the time to talk to me and you cared more than any doctor has. Priceless you are and I am sure doctors all over this state would do anything to have you. Thanks to you I have my life back, I can be the parent I wanted to be, I never wanted this, ever. Forever I will be thankful for your kind heart.

      S

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    5. anthony says:

      So id just like to add that i did in fact go to the doctor that COURTNEY set up for me…And i was shocked at the kindness and passion that the doctors had for what they do….not only did i get one on one treatment…..And i knew that I was in good hands when BOTH doctors gave me their own personal numbers, Dr. A and Dr. Bono and told me to call any time that i needed to talk to him!!!!!NO doctor has ever done that for me ever…I knew that i was in a place thats like no other…..the whole team was super friendly and caring to my needs…..But i gotta say i owe this exp.to COURTNEY for getting me in…..You know when someone is passionate about there job when they bring there work home as Courtney did for me….i feel as tho i can finally be free of the day to day struggles that i face before courtney came in my life….For that i am forever greatful to the hard work and time that she put into helping me find a suboxone doctor…And one that really cares about the well being of his clients……SO THANKS AGAIN FOR THE AWESOME FOLLOW UP!!!AND GOD BLESS…….ANTHONY

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    6. anthony says:

      Hello,my name is anthony….I just wanted to bring to light how awesome COURTNEY!!!is thanks to her i dont have to worry or be scared anymore!!!!!She has giving me the oppertunity to live the life im working so hard to better!!!!She has always answered all my calls even at 10pm…..She is so passionate about helping people with the disease of addiction!!!!!I would love to give her a big HUG….Hopefully everyone else in need can find her as i did……THANK YOU COURTNEY!!!!!!!I GOT MY LIFE BACK!!!!!!!

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    7. nicky says:

      Thank you so much Courtney for helping me find a suboxone doctor. Before I found this site I had to call so many different places in Ct to try and find a place that took state insurance, no doctors took state insurance. Most every place I called was rude and I felt like because I am an addict people feel they can treat me like crap. All I wanted was a chance to get on this medication that has helped so many people and get my life back. You were so kind and caring you did not rush me, you did not treat me differently it was so nice to feel like someone understood and really cared about me. Having overdosed several times I knew I was living on borrowed time, the heroin that is in this state is dangerous and killing people. I’m to young to die, I did not want this I did not plan this. Fixing my problem is what I did want. Thank you so much for your kind heart and your help. If you are seeking help and cannot find it call Courtney she will help you find a suboxone doctor.

      Nicky

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    8. Bailey says:

      I would like to reply to many of the comments concerning Courtney and confirm she is one of the most understanding people I have ever spoken to, for many that takes a life time to find. If she could be my therapist I would pay her by the second because she knows what she is talking about. Please take this seriously because your recovery is so important and after speaking to Courtney and getting into new treatment I am in such a better place and I know this is possible for you!! Take care of yourself and make sure your journey of sobriety is serious and passionate. Namaste!

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    9. Ron D says:

      I have been desperately trying to find a Suboxone doctor. I’ve been using heroin for years and a lot of it. I’ve made countless calls to doctors who can prescribe Suboxone all over Connecticut. Every call was a dead end. I have Medicaid or state insurance. When I am asked about my insurance and I say state of Connecticut, they hang up. All I want is to stop waking up everyday needing dope to feel normal or worse feel sick from the withdrawal symptoms.

      Today I contacted Courtney from this site Connecticut Suboxone . She was kind, caring and understanding of my want and how hard it is to find a doctor that accepts state insurance. She helped me find a Suboxone doctor that takes my insurance, I have an appointment next week.I was so close to giving up on my want to live a sober life thank you so much for your time and for caring about addicts we are people to.

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    10. Sam says:

      Just called and spoke with Courtney. She exceeded my expectations… Was a great caring person with answers to all of my questions and even gave me some advise on finding a job…. Highly recommended!!!

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      • Court says:

        Sam,

        Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment, it really means a lot.
        I am happy I was able to help you, you have a new start. As for the job suggestion… it is the little things in life that truly matter.

        Take good care,
        Courtney

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    11. Anthony U says:

      Let me just say this about this website: I sent them an email around 2/230pm on a Thursday no less! And by 350pm the same day, my email was returned by a live person on a phone found a doctor and was able to get in touch with the doctor and make an appointment for Friday morning at 1030. I had #1 6mg strip left and my old doctor switched his schedule to work the one day out of the week I work a double, talk about a life saver!!!! Thank you thank you thank you! You pretty much saved my sobriety! Its pay per visit but its better to pay a doc then a dealer!

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      • Court says:

        Anthony,
        Thank you very much for taking the time to show your appreciation for finding help here on ctsuboxone.com Knowing that I have been able to help a lot of people means so very much to me. Helping someone find a Suboxone provider is something I can never promise, but I will do my very best. As I remain hopeful that Suboxone providers will continue to reach out to ctsuboxone, letting us know if they are accepting new patients. If they are accepting people with insurance or if they are fee for service providers.

        There is a large problem/epedemic in Connecticut with the difficulties finding a Suboxone doctor. While the need for more providers is crucial for the countless people who suffer from opiate addiction. Suboxone has been a stepping stone for so many, a stepping stone for people to become positive citizens in society.

        Please feel free to share your story, the difficulties you or a loved one has had trying to find a Suboxone provider in Connecticut.Sharing stories of success is also something that may help others, possibly the state of Connecticut will read, see that the need for providers will only be beneficial to our state.

        I am so very happy you are no longer worried about your sobriety, as sobriety cannot be bought. Wishing you the very best on your continuing journey of sobriety. You can email me directly anytime, if there is anything I can do for you, or if you would like to,let me know how you are doing. It is always nice to get an email from someone who is doing well, or if someone needs to talk. I am always here.

        Wishing you the very ,
        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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    12. Melissa says:

      Thank you is what I first need to say here! Thank you so much to a wonderful woman named Courtney! Thank you for taking the time to help me. And you didn’t only help me, you also listened! It’s been so long since I had someone listen to me, and care about me. I finally have faith in myself and hope for the future because of this site CTSuboxone.com and Courtney. This woman should be recognized for all that she does for people. The amount of people this one woman has helped is amazing!! I can’t imagine being in her shoes. She cares so much for so many, and receives nothing in return! She helps people everyday, who have no hope, who suffer from this illness we have, addiction. And before I found her, I was that person with no hope. But thank god I found her when I did. Courtney thank you so much! For helping me take back my life! I will always be grateful for you! You are a wonderful human being!

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    13. Jill says:

      When someone comes in for suboxone,and their urine is tested,is a medical provider in the room with them?

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      • Court says:

        Hello,
        It depends on the Suboxone provider, with all honesty I would have to wonder why this would be a concern if you are trying to get your life back together Many doctors will have them sent out to a testing center and may also do on an spot test. With each provider being different, it is hard to say.

        Take care of yourself, and if I can help you in any other way please feel free to contact me.
        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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      • Court says:

        Jill,

        While I do not believe that there is a medical professional in the room while you are being tested the urine tests are very sensitive. As I do not know the reason for your question, I will say that being honest with yourself as well as your provider is very important to remaining sober. Being honest about any cravings you may be having should be talked about. If you have used respect is given for honesty.

        Wishing you the very best,
        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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      • Court says:

        I am unsure if a provider or medical staff is present during a urine test. With that said, I can only hope that you are being honest to yourself as well as your provider. Being honest is a must when it comes to sobriety,getting out of behaviors that one shows while actively using.

        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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    14. longtime1 says:

      i had just gotten out of detox and i was really having trouble stopping the cravings and i got this number for a woman named Courtney who was honestly the reason i am clean to this day she didn’t make a cent off of me but she did absolutely everything in her power to get me on to a suboxone program so people need to start being aware of this woman and all the good that she does without asking anything in return

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      • Court says:

        C,

        Thank you so much for taking a few moments to leave a comment. It is you who wanted help and I will help whomever I can. Continue on the sober road although times may get tough, do not give in, pick up the phone and call me anytime.

        Recovery is a selfish act ( as we spoke about) putting yourself first is crucial in the recovery process.

        You have been through a lot, there is nothing you cannot overcome. Having a new outlook on life because of what you have been through will only make you a stronger better person.

        Keep in touch, and stay honest with yourself and to your new life of sobriety
        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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    15. Mike says:

      Hello-

      With all that I went through trying to find a suboxone provider in this tiny state called Connecticut the need to share my story with others who have an opiate addiction. A drug is a drug right? Not so much, I have found that being addicted to opiates leaves many very alone and highly discriminated against.

      My addiction to pain medication started at a very young age, 16. It was the cool thing to do in school. Living and growing up in Avon Connecticut you wouldn’t think that this would be an issue, it was more of an epidemic or who was “cooler” because we would get pain killers from our parents. They did not know, at the time that is everything runs out eventually and it was then that I was not just a cool kid, none of us were, we were surviving. Missing so many days of school and always having an excuse that not only my parents bought but the other kids parents did as well.

      Once the pills were gone it was hell to function. I was taking as many pills as I could fill in a fist and it was not Tylenol it was percocet or vicoden and a few times oxy contin. That was where life was never the same, after I met my first love that I hated, oxy’s.

      This escapade turned into buying dope within a few months, being sick was not an option, it was not a runny nose sick, it was an all over body ache, a mental hell when all I could think about was heroin. Sick to my stomach spending most of the time in the bathroom. We were no longer cool nor were we friends, we did drugs together and whoever had the stuff was the one you spent your time with.

      Sniffing heroin, my second love but it was yet again short lived. My tolerance grew quickly and I began stealing bigger more expensive things from my hard working parents. In less than one year I went from taking prescription pain killers to buying dope, sniffing it then right to the vein, I fell in love again with that rush the rush that you only get once no matter how hard you try. Try I did, I wanted that high so badly, that warm all over feeling of this poison that with it made me normal, sociable, functional.

      Within two years I stole over $80,000 dollars from my parents, I treated my “so called friends” had no care about what I was doing to my parents but more importantly myself, my future. My parents knew that I was using drugs but did not know what, denial they were in and so was I. Tomorrow became my favorite word, ” I will only use 3 bags tomorrow” compared to the 10- 15 bags. Three never came and the 10-15 grew to 20 plus a day.

      I was a junkie, I did it to myself but never did I think I would be in the situation I was in and that was hell. Escaping was all I wanted to do, I would dream about dope, needles being high. Getting clean was something I began to crave but it was so far off and admitting that I was an addict was the hardest part. Life in one hand and death in the other and a path of continuing or getting myself back, but who the hell was I?

      My efforts to get help for this disease became just as difficult as it was to find the drugs (at times) being treated like I was a no body after calling doctor after doctor. How could people be so cruel, careless when this was their job to help. Being hung up on more times than I can remember was frustrating yet I continued. I prayed, I cried and then I found this very website, ctsuboxone. At first I could not reach this Courtney everyone talked about, she has helped so many others. As I continued to try and reach her my efforts paid off, she answered the phone with a kind “hello”. At first I thought I had the wrong number but she reassured me I did not, we spoke and it had been the first time in years that I felt like a human being. No judgement was passed onto me, her caring voice, her understanding, her passion to help people not many want to. Our conversation lasted for hours, I felt bad but yet I felt great because for the first time I WAS HEARD.

      Her telling me I was not alone and that although she would not promise she could get me help she promised she would try and that she did. She found a doctor that was accepting new patients, she gave me all of the information and said to keep her number if I ever needed someone to talk to.

      After hanging up I cried, yes I am a man and I cried because of one person and her kind heart, non judgmental attitude. Courtney you saved my life, I said that to you and you said ” no it was you who made the call, I am just here to help”. You are so much more than just someone who helps, you save lives, renew faith and you made me feel like I could do this all because of your kindness, the time you spent speaking with me, you made me laugh and you do not like the word “junkie” as I had used it.

      Thank you will never be enough for what you not only did for me, Courtney but for the many others. Connecticut has an angel Daniel Malloy, she is here helping and changing lives.

      You asked me to work on random acts of kindness and I have, it makes me feel good to lend a hand to another especially when all you hear is bad things, I am working on doing good by myself and to others and again it is YOU that I thank.

      I will keep in touch with you, thank you for having this website for people who need help finding a suboxone doctor, I truly was un able to find one without you.

      Take very good care,
      a million thank you’s
      Mike

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    16. Kerri says:

      First and foremost, I need to thank this amazing woman Courtney! It is so true, all of the other comments I’ve read on CTSuboxone.com and what everyone is saying about her! She definitely is just a kind hearted, caring person. It’s so much of a relief to FINALLY, after trying to find a doctor for so long, that I felt it was just hopeless, until I found Courtney and CTSuboxone.com. I was lost and now I am found!! Courtney thank you so much,what you do kindly everyday for so many people. What an amazing, and selfless person you are Courtney! Once again, I can not thank you enough for helping me, and in the long run, saving my life!! So much thanks love and gratitude, I hope people continue to show their gratitude for you, and please, please, never ever give up! What you are doing is helping so many and hopefully you never let that special thing inside you go out!! I wish more people out there were as caring, helpful and hopeful as you!!! thank you Courtney I will definitely keep in touch with you! Thank you!
      With all of my gratitude, and every piece of my heart,
      Kerri

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    17. Sammy says:

      Hello,

      I just wanted to say how truly grateful for ctsuboxone.com. This site has saved my life, Courtney spent so much time with me finding me a suboxone doctor. Without her help I do not know where I would be, I was so desperate wanting my life back. Thank you so much Courtney and for this site as it clear you help so many. Once I am steady on my medication I would like to help you, Connecticut is so blessed to have this site to turn to as well as having the ability to speak to you, your calm voice and positive attitude is admirable, When I asked why it was that you helped people. you said ” because someone has to care, people need help”

      I will keep you updated on my status, Thank you so very much for all that you do, thank you for having faith in myself and others.

      Take care,
      Sammy

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    18. Gary says:

      For months I had been desperately searching for a doctor that would agree to treat me, to no avail. It’s been a frustrating and lonely journey that seemed to be hopeless. Prior to this last relapse I had three years sober with the help of suboxone. Due to unfortunate circumstances my doctor was shut down and eventually I relapsed.
      Yesterday I spoke with Courtney and very quickly things became much brighter, suddenly hope has returned. It is amazing how much impact someone with compassion and understanding can have on your life when you’ve been beat down and discouraged for so long.
      I spoke with a doc today, thanks to Courtney, and I am confident that this is the beginning to a whole new chance at a good life. This is a great blessing!
      Thank you Courtney!

      -Gary

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      • Court says:

        Gary,

        I am so very happy that I was able to assist you, while this road has been anything but easy but you have a goal and are eager to make it happen. Thank you so much for keeping me updated on your status, it is always nice to hear from you and to know you are doing well.

        Thank you so very much for leaving a comment on ctsuboxone.com as it helps others.

        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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    19. Angie says:

      I am in shock with what is occurring in Connecticut, people including myself being shut off of medications I have been on for years, I was given a two week supply of my medication. Yes I take Suboxone but I also take antidepressants all I see is people going down hill again including myself. Hospitals are going to be overloaded with people needing help, help that they cannot provide. It is disgusting the lack of care or thought that was put into this new change if it had to do with saving money I strongly disagree it will only cost the state thousands of dollars. People who have been on medication for opiate addiction and other medications that have given lives back and it is not easy. It is BEYOND difficult to find a suboxone provider in Connecticut I fear what is going to happen. State of Connecticut so you have no care for the people who live here? Are people who suffer from opiate addiction and other mental health issues simply just disposable? It sure seems that way.

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      • Court says:

        Angie,

        I am so sorry to hear you have also been affected by this change….. there was NO warning that this was going to occur.Please fill out the form on the home page that has been set up for people who have been affected by this, as well as any family members or friends.

        Please feel free to contact me if you need help finding another provider.Although I cannot promise to find a provider, I promise to do my very best.

        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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        • Court says:

          CTSUBOXONE has been helpful to so many people in Connecticut who are seeking a Suboxone provider… it is very frustrating making call after call getting the same response ” we aren’t accepting new patients”. Seeking help should not be so difficult but it is.

          This site has been available to citizens of Connecticut who need help finding a Suboxone provider for 3 years. It is a fulltime job helping people, as busy as it can get helping others is very rewarding.

          Up until recently it was just myself answering calls, I would like to welcome Jen to ctsuboxone, her warm and caring voice will be helping others find a Suboxone provider within Connecticut.

          Thank you Jen for your want to help make a difference, I am so grateful to have you here to help.

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          • Jen says:

            Court,
            Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity, and allowing me to join you and ctsuboxone on this amazingly positive and helpful journey! I am extremely eager to start helping as many people as possible! Courtney I am very grateful for you and for ctsuboxone! I just want everyone out there, whether seeking help for yourself, for another, or just more information, that you have a voice, and you matter!! Never give up, help is here! I hope to be as helpful, caring and insipiring to all, as Courtney and ctsuboxone has been, and will continue to be! Again Courtney, thank you so much! CTSuboxone is making a difference, it’s encouraging, it’s helping people, it is changing people’s lives! CTSuboxone is a blessing!! And I hope that more and more people everywhere start to recognize just how much a blessing it is!!
            Everyone will need some kind of help in one way or another. Please don’t forget about gratitude, and paying it forward in any way you can. :)
            Thank you Court and CTSuboxone!

            Jen

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    20. nate says:

      Amazing person, always helped me a find a provider even tho its almost impossible. The most caring person for addicts I’ve ever talked to . I highly recommend her if you are having any trouble with suboxone. Thank you so much

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      • Court says:

        Nate,

        Thank you for your comment… always a pleasure to see comments from you, your appreciation is noted : ) and is always welcome.

        Take care,

        Courtney

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    21. Jenny says:

      I have to say that I am so grateful to have found ctsuboxone.com! This site is very much needed, and has helped me tremendously! Courtney is an amazingly caring person and she should be recognized as a savior, a hero, that has helped so many! Thanks to Courtney and ctsuboxone.com, I was finally able to get the help I so desperately needed! I urge you, If you or anyone you know is struggling with opiate addiction, please, please call Courtney, and please help spread the word about this amazing woman Courtney and the incredible impact she and this site ctsuboxone.com is having on people’s lives!! She is so inspiring and I only hope more people come to realize how important ctsuboxone.com is and very much needed! It will truly be the best phone call you will make! You will get the help you need!

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    22. Jen says:

      Hi my name is Jen and I have been struggling with prescription pain killers(extremely high doses) since May 2011. I just couldn’t handle the fear anymore, the withdrawals, running out, not feeling like myself, being dependent on these things that were ruining my life! I tried searching for suboxone doctors and it was all the same thing, over and over. They don’t accept my insurance, or they weren’t taking patients, or the cost was absolutely outrageous! I was referred to this site ctsuboxone.com and thank god! I talked to Courtney and I finally had hope! The feeling that there is someone out there that cares, and someone who is willing to get you on the road to help!! She is willing to help and go out of her way to help you and succeed in getting you the help you truly need! I’m so confident that this was defintely the best call I could’ve made! I wish I had found ctsuboxone.com sooner. But now I am just thankful! If anyone reading this is in need of getting help, this site is it!! Thank you so much Courtney! I can’t thank you enough!! And I will be talking to you soon!
      From the bottom of my heart, Thank You,
      Jen

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    23. Chris says:

      Hello,
      My name is Chris and I have suffered with prescription pain killer and heroin addiction for going on 13 years. I had been trying for weeks to try and find a Doctor or hospital that would take me in and help me. Unfortunately the common response is “We’re not accepting anymore patients” or “We’re Full” or “You don’t meet our requirements” it is absolutely frustrating and made me feel even more hopeless. Thankfully I came across ctsuboxone.com, decided to call the number and I spoke with Courtney for over an hour. Not only did she point me in the right direction to getting the help I need, she truly does care about each and everyone of us who is struggling with this disease and is a genuinely kind-hearted person. If you have made it to this site, please pick up the phone and call, it will be the best thing you can do to getting closer to living a normal life again. Thanks again Courtney, I will be in touch! Best of luck to all of you seeking help, you will find it through this site!

      -Chris

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      • Court says:

        Chris,

        Thank you very much for leaving a comment on the site, it is helpful for others and it is nice to see appreciation. It doesn’t take much time but it means a lot to know that even though I am just one person I am helping people who suffer with opiate addiction.

        Yes… we did talk for sometime, many who call are not expecting my voice with countless failed attempts while reaching out to Suboxone providers, another dead end is what most expect. Passing judgement is not something I do, it is not for me to judge. Most are just happy to find someone that they can speak to and as I told you I am always here you may call me anytime, no one ever has to feel alone when things get tough. One day I hope to have more than one of me and I encourage people who have gotten on a steady road to call if they want to help.

        Those 13 years of not truly living just surviving are over, if you follow through with getting help that is. It was clear in your voice that you want to start your life, exhausted of the repeating cycle. Hitting that wall waking up saying ” I’ve had enough ” is powerful, don’t let anyone or anything get in your way of getting on the right track. Please stay in touch let me know how you are doing, it was really nice speaking with you.

        Best wishes to you on the road to recovery : )
        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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    24. Warren says:

      There are so many things I want to say yet I do not think I will be able to say it all here and now, but I will do my best….

      FIRST: HOW IS ONE PERSON, ONE WOMAN NAMED COURTNEY DOING SO MUCH FOR SO MANY, A PERSON WITH TRUE COMPASSION ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE WHEN THEY ARE AT THEIR LOWEST. WHAT BOTHERS ME MOST IS NO ONE, NO BODY HAS SEEMED TO NOTICE HER. WITH ALL THE CRUELTY, INHUMANE ACTS, VIOLENCE AND PEOPLE WHO GET PAID SO MUCH MONEY TO HELP BUT SHOW LITTLE TO NO CONCERN ABOUT PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM THIS DISEASE CALLED ADDICTION, AND COURTNEY FROM CTSUBOXONE.COM DOES. IS IT BECAUSE SHE IS SO KIND AND PEOPLE TAKE HER FOR GRANTED? DOES ANYONE EVER WONDER OR CARE ABOUT THE LIVES SHE HAS SAVED?

      When I found this website I did not run for her number, or for her email I wanted to see what was behind all the comments about this amazing woman that has helped so many. Comments left here about her…. I am not ashamed to say that I was chocked up reading them, it takes someone special to do what she is doing.

      As I am weak, desperate for help, I noticed that there was something very different here on this site, some may think I am crazy for what I am about to say but I am not crazy just observant….. this woman is an angel, it is sad to see that all of her help is not seen or recognized.

      So after spending over an hour on this site, I did reach out to her, I understood that it was only her so I was not going to have a fit and leave comments such as the ones I had seen ” I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO CALL YOU, BUT YOU HAVE NOT CALLED ME BACK” OR ” I NEED HELP NOW” THOSE ARE JUST A FEW MESSAGES I READ. COMPLETELY DISGUSTED THAT PEOPLE COULD BE SO SELFISH, people are not out there trying to help like this woman is, so why be so rude…. respect people respect.

      MY STORY….. This woman that so many speak about… did in fact contact me back, it took a day or two but that was perfectly fine because \i know it is not all about me, as one person she is.

      The phone rang, amazed by the kindness, calmness and a general good feeling. She cared she wanted to know about me…. my disease she did not rush me at all she listened she cared. While she asked questions it made me feel good, with not having any care about myself for years someone did, Courtney from ctsuboxone cared. She was able to find me a doctor and what a relief that was, after calling well over 20 doctors and in all honesty I cant believe how badly I was treated by some of these offices, giving up… giving up is what I felt like doing. People who are working in the offices of these suboxone providers in Connecticut and their assumption of “just another junkie” “low life” it is just wrong…. AND THEY GET PAID TO TREAT YOU LIKE CRAP, HANG UP ON YOU JUST THE RUDE PEOPLE…. BUT COURTNEY IS NOT, AND SHE SAVED MY LIFE AND IT IS CLEAR I AM NOT THE ONE EITHER.#

      CONNECTICUT…. DMHAS, ALL OF THE AGENCIES OUT THERE, DOCTORS THIS WOMAN IS SAVING LIVES, YET NO ONE CARES, WHY??

      THE NEWS PAPERS ARE FULL OF GARBAGE, WHY NOT PUT THIS WOMAN AND ALL OF HER EFFORTS, JOURNAL INJURER, HARTFORD CURRANT, NEW HAVEN REGISTER, SHORE LINE TIMES. ARE YOU SCARED TO ADMIT THAT THEIR IS A MAJOR PROBLEM IN CONNECTICUT AND NATIONWIDE, AND EPIDEMIC OF OPIATE ADDICTION. ENOUGH OF ALL THE BAD, WHY NOT DO A STORY ABOUT SOMEONE CHANGING LIVES…. THE WORK OF ONE WOMAN.

      Thank you so much Courtney for all of your help, thank you for being there for me, do not ever let anyone get you down, very few people have what you do. There will never be enough thank you.

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      • Court says:

        Warren,

        I thank you for leaving such an in depth comment about your experience with ctsuboxone and the help you were able to obtain. It is really nice to see people showing appreciation, it is the smallest things that take little effort that can truly make a difference. It has been suggested before in a comment that ” someone notice me for the good I do” well I am noticed by the people I am able to assist. Here is a quote from one of my favorite sayings by Dr. Kent M. Keith he wrote the Paradoxical Commandments “The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow” “Do good Anyway” If more people would take a moment and do something nice for another, unselfish acts of kindness the world would be a nicer place. Even if the world doesn’t change, you can still be a positive source for others to see and possibly follow. What one person does make a difference and it feels good especially in today’s world.

        You are correct there is an epidemic of opiate addiction in Connecticut and throughout the nation help is much needed.

        While countless people reach out to me for help to find a Suboxone provider in Connecticut because they are unable to find one alone. You are not the first person to express how difficult and frustrating it becomes while contacting providers, it is bothersome that people seeking help are not treated well. Unfortunately people can be cruel we cannot change what others do but knowing how bad it feels to be treated in that manor try not to do it to others. With so many people reaching out for help by the providers in Connecticut and having a limit of how many patients a Suboxone provider can have is frustrating. For the first year a provider can only treat 30 patients, a small number it seems. After that year they can have no more than 100 patients in my opinion that is not a lot of patients, I am hopeful VERY hopeful that someday the number will be raised. Even if it were extended to 25 more patients, that’s 25 more lives that could be changed/saved with Suboxone treatment.

        Help is much needed by state agencies and officials in Connecticut. I have said this many times before, far to many lives are being lost and ruined because there is not enough help for opiate addiction, a disease that does not discriminate. Connecticut needs more providers… it is my belief that people who suffer from opiate addiction should be somewhat responsible for their care/treatment.

        While it takes at least 13 years to become a doctor with that comes a gift, the ability to help others and save lives. Caring for people from all walks of life and an array of issues, the disease of addiction is an area that needs more providers.

        Thank you again Warren for taking the time to leave a comment, it is always appreciated.

        Sincerely,
        Courtney

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