my 23 year old son has been on Suboxone treatment for threemonths and he just got laid off from his job and will be loosing his insurance does anyone know how to get suboxone for free or at least at a miuch reduced cost???
Patient Assistance Program
Patient assistance programs (PAPs) are programs created by drug companies, such as RECKITT BENCKISER, to offer free or low cost drugs to individuals who are unable to pay for their medication. These Programs may also be called indigent drug programs, charitable drug programs or medication assistance programs. Most of the best known and most prescribed drugs can be found in these programs. All of the major drug companies have patient assistance programs, although every company has different eligibility and application requirements.
The RECKITT BENCKISER patient assistance program offers free medication to people who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Patients must meet financial and other program specific criteria to be eligible for assistance.
To find out how to apply for medication assistance from the RECKITT BENCKISER patient assistance program, register for free use of the RxAssist.org database.
For a complete listing of RECKITT BENCKISER medications available through their patient assistance programs, see below:
Suboxone Patient Assistance Program
The medications available through this program are:
Suboxone (buprenorphine hci)
he should be in the tapering off stage of the suboxone. I commend him for going that route if he was, indeed, in love with opiates. I took suboxone for 6 weeks after a 4 year heavy involvement with morphine and percocetts. Suboxone really, really helped me make the transistion back to reality.
im a 23 yr old man wit a serious drug problem i just lost my job and my insurance got cancelled and i cant find any places for suboxone treatment for free does anyone know of any places that can help me please let me know if anybody knows of any places that can help
I'm afraid that Suboxone treatment done completely free is probably non-existent when done through a doctor. The people that make Suboxone have programs they do through Doctors where they provide free medication. However, they are very limited at each doctor. You may want to start calling rehab facilities in your area, tell them you need help, and ask for references.
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