Entering an addiction treatment program can be overwhelming. We’d like to ease some of your concerns and tell you a little more about our Suboxone treatment at Behavioral Health & Family Services. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us
How much does your Suboxone program cost?
We take many insurance plans, but not all plans. The front desk can let you know if we take yours. You can also look at our insurance and billing page for additional information. If you are paying cash, each visit is $125 paid up front.
Can I transfer to Behavioral Health’s Suboxone Clinic from another clinic?
If you are already on Suboxone and transferring to us, you will typically have an initial visit with a follow-up one week later. Your remaining visits will be contingent upon individualized treatment plan within the program.
What if I was on Suboxone before and I’d like to begin treatment again?
If you are re-starting Suboxone, you will typically have an initial visit with a follow-up visit one week later. Your remaining visits will be contingent upon an individualized treatment plan within the program.
What happens if I can’t make it to my appointment?
We will schedule your next visit at the end of every visit with us. You are allowed to reschedule as long as you do so at least 2 days before your appointment. Note that you must reschedule your appointment such that it is no more than 30 days from your last appointment.
Do you refill medication if I can’t make my appointment?
No. We ONLY complete prescriptions for refill medication at a scheduled office visit.
What do I need to do to stay in the Suboxone treatment program?
All patients must be compliant. This includes meeting the following criteria:
- Be on time for any and all appointments.
- If appointments must be rescheduled, this should be done no less than two days before a scheduled appointment