The Center For Compassionate Recovery is accepts new patients seeking Suboxone treatment for opiate addiction. We accept ALL major insurance as well as Medicare, Medicaid, Connecticut Husky and state of Connecticut insurance. With the focus being on individualized care for opiate addiction and Suboxone treatment, in a warm, private and friendly environment.Treating opiate addiction with Suboxone […]
How To Take Suboxone? Do not swallow, crush, cut, or chew the tablet. Place the tablet under your tongue and allow it to slowly dissolve. Do not eat, drink, smoke, or talk while the tablet is dissolving. If your doctor tells you to use more than 1 tablet at the same time, ask your doctor […]
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, […]
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 […]
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.
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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.