How to Find Suboxone Treatment Near Me


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Suboxone is an FDA-approved medication for the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder. The medication effectively treats physical withdrawal symptoms and opioid cravings to help people in recovery.

If you are considering using the medication or are looking for another prescription, read on to find out where you can receive a Suboxone prescription near you.

How to Find Suboxone Providers Nearby

Thanks to a recent law change, Suboxone has become more accessible. However, not all medical professionals are FDA-approved to prescribe Suboxone to people with Opioid Use Disorder.

Asking your doctor for recommendations or using an online directory is a great place to start when seeking help.

Online Directories

SAMHSA’s treatment locator

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services website is a useful resource to use if you’re looking for Suboxone treatments in your area.

They have a list of doctors who are able to treat Opioid Dependence with buprenorphine, the active component of Suboxone. Here, you’ll find the doctor’s name, address, and contact number.

State or local health department websites

Each state will usually have a website where you can access information about Suboxone treatment centers and ‘Suboxone Doctors’. Certain websites allow you to simply search for your state or city, and will then show you a list of doctors that can provide Suboxone treatment.

Primary Care Providers

Your family doctor may be able to prescribe Suboxone to help with opioid withdrawals and cravings. If they are unable to, they will likely have access to a list of healthcare professionals who are able to prescribe Suboxone as part of Medication-Assisted Treatment plans and can refer you to them.

Either way, your primary healthcare provider or doctor is a great first point of contact if you suspect you have an addiction to opioids. They can help you navigate your drug dependence and guide you to receive the right help.

Local Hospitals or Clinics

Local hospitals and emergency care clinics are able to dispense a 3-day supply of Suboxone. If you have run out of your prescription and are unable to get a repeat from your doctor, this is an option for you and will prevent you from experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms.


Since COVID you are now able to receive a prescription of Suboxone from doctors by meeting with them virtually- either by video or over the phone.

There are various online doctors that you can meet with virtually to receive a consultation. Although there is the obvious downside that you cannot meet face-to-face, it is often cheaper and faster to get an appointment online.

Evaluating Local Treatment Options

Verifying provider credentials

In order for a physician to prescribe Suboxone they must have a valid DEA registration, along with a waiver from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Asking a practicing nurse or doctor if they have these credentials before meeting with them will ensure that receiving Suboxone treatment is an option for you.

Considering patient reviews and testimonials

Like any medication, experiences with Suboxone treatment vary from person to person. Reading patient reviews and testimonials is a good way to know what to expect from people who may be struggling with substance use disorders and have had similar experiences to you.


Suboxone is an effective tool to use if you are struggling with opioid addiction and opioid withdrawal symptoms. If you are considering using this medication, it is important to use it only under medical supervision.

Finding the right doctor can help you determine the best course of action and help you bring back your quality of life.



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