I dont think youlle be able to get sub for 100% free, legally atleast. Subs are fairly expensive to buy at the pharmacy from what ive heard too. And you will have to pay for the doc appointment. Of course health insurance would help with this, but your still going to have to pay something I would think.
Each certified sub doc may have a small number of supported patients. Dont remember the number of patients........call them ....... you may have to look around some to find a doc that has an opening.............
Each Sub Doctor can have 2 Suboxone discount patients. The Sub doctor needs to fill out some forms and apply for it. Like eagle said, call around and find a doctor that has an opening on the discount program.
Contact reckitt benckiser who manufactures suboxone/subutex. Ask about the suboxone assistance program. They'll tell you if your son is eligible for it (he should be) but like flmagi said - there is a 2 patient limit for sub docs so make sure you look around.
Suboxone Patient Assistance Program
Suboxone (buprenorphine hci )
Dendrite Regulatory Compliance
1025 Boulders Parkway, Suite 301
Richmond, VA 23225
Phone: 1-866-512-2216 Provider Phone:
Fax: 1-866-892-1566 Website:
Eligibility Info: Patient must not have public or private prescription insurance.
Patient must be at least 16 years old.
Physician can only have 2 patients on the program at a time, unless the physician has over 60 patients with opiate addictions, then three are allowed.
Income at or below: Single $25,000 % FPL
Couple $34,500 % FPL
Other Income Requirements: $43,000 for household of 3
Medical expenses can be deducted from reported income: Not Published
Social security # requested on form: Not Published
US citizenship/residency specified: Not Published
Attachments Required: Financial
Physician License #
Required: Not Published
Application may be
letter sent: Provider
Shipped To: Provider
Quantity in Shipment: 30 days
Delivery Time: Not Published
Re-application Policy: New application every 3 months
Refill Policy: Program automatically sends out refills.
my name is joanne im a 34 year old woman who is on heroin on and off for 9 years and mneed help is there anyone who can help me get off it.i have no way to pay for any inpaitient programs or saboxen treatmants.please if someone can point me to the right direction fpr help i.i prey to get clean everyday.god bless thank you my info. ***@**** i live in aurora clol.
hi and welcome to the forum.....well the best way to look into free sub is from your state run mental health care program.....here in Arizona you can get a free doctor to evaluate your mental status ...many addicts have issues that have caused them to self medicate....I have a few questions that will help us see if he really needs to go on sub....how long has he been using???? what is he using ??? and how much???? both sub and methadone are over prescribed these days ....if your jamming a needle in your arm it can save your life.....now if it is a pill habit that is out of control again it can save your life.....but far to many only have a minor habit and turn to sub because there afraid of the withdrawal....it is much ezer to get off the pills and recovery is a lot faster...sub can be very difficult to get off of it is kinda like going from the frying pan into the fire....we do home detoxes here on the forum daily...we can walk you threw the whole process....it only takes about 4 days too get over the physical withdrawal with sub it can last weeks...please fill us in so we can better help you >>>>>>>>>>>>>GNARLY<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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