Suboxone help is available now in Tolland County Ct, Husky/state insurance is accepted. Suboxone treatment availability for Husky, Medicaid is not limited to Tolland County. People who reside in Connecticut towns, Vernon, Manchester, Stafford Springs, Somers, Mansfield, Ellington, East Windsor, South Windsor,Windsor Locks, Enfield, Storrs, Wilimantic. Suboxone treatment is not available on the weekend for […]
Suboxone help available in Ct shoreline towns Medicaid / State insurance Accepted. With the growing epidemic of opiate-heroin addiction within Connecticut, finding a Suboxone provider is not easy, having Medicaid or Connecticut State insurance can make finding help even more difficult. If you live in Guilford, Branford, Clinton, Madison, North Haven, East Haven, Old Saybrook […]
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Drug Intoxication Deaths Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Drug Intoxication Deaths 2012-2015 2012 2013 2014 2015 Accidental Intoxication Deaths* 357 495 568 723 -Heroin, Morphine and/or Codeine detected 195 286 349 444 -Heroin in any death 174 258 327 415 -Heroin alone 86 109 115 110 -Heroin + Fentanyl 1 9 37 107 […]
This site is dedicated to helping people in Connecticut seeking Suboxone treatment for opiate addiction. Many consider Suboxone treatment to be a “miracle” and very effective in their lives back. Though medication and therapy, Opiate addiction is a disease and, it continues to take lives of the people in Connecticut and, nation wide.
Suboxone that 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, it continues to take lives of loved ones everyday Addiction does not care if you are young, old, black, white, rich, poor, or who your family is. When most people hear about heroin or opiate addiction they make assumptions of how the disease looks. It no longer has a face, it is important to educate our youth on this growing epidemic.
Below are some informative articles, such as the difference between Methadone and Suboxone. While Methadone was what was used for opiate addiction for decades. If you are not familiar with Methadone or Suboxone these articles will be helpful to you, or if you are seeking help for a loved one.
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.
It does not matter how your addiction to opiates began. We are here to help you find a Suboxone provider within Connecticut. With every situation being different, we will do our best to hekp you find help. Like addiction, we do not discriminate, ctsuboxone and our voulenteers 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 Suboxone doctor, or Suboxone treatment. When seeking help for opiate addiction, many find themselves making countless phone calls to Suboxone providers in Connecticut. It is very frustrating for people who are seeking help to find a Suboxone doctor accepting new patients, or one who takes Connecticut state insurance, Husky A, C, & D.
We encourage new and existing Suboxone providers in Connecticut to contact us. Ctsuboxone has been an excellent referral source for finding a Suboxone provider for opiate addiction. We can be found online or on the 211 info line and website. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to help in assisting the residence of Connecticut With the disease of addiction.