I am going to be applying for medicaid in the state of Utah. I have googled my *** off trying to find out if medicaid will cover this prescription with no real answers. Is there anyone that knows about this? I have been very sick and not working so I don't have money to pay for this unless it is borrowed. And its expensive to keep up.
Any advice would be appreciated. Hope you all are doing well.
Every state is different, but I can tell you that I live on the east coast and know of someone that had their meds covered at 100% for a lengthy suboxone treatment. IMO, I would think that it would be covered. If they deny you, fight like he77. The pills are quite expensive as you know. I think you will be ok though. Good luck in your recovery!
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