The number of opiate related deaths in the state of KY has been steadily on the rise. If you or a loved one lives in the Barbourville, KY, Knox County, area, we have a suboxone doctor available now to help you if you require medication-assisted treatment for opiate addiction. Our program offers medication-assisted treatment through our comprehensive telemedicine program and it’s available 24/7 to anyone in need.
What is Telemedicine?
Because people living in remote areas of KY may have a difficult time actually making it into a suboxone clinic for treatment, our telemedicine services are ideal. Telemedicine involves a person receiving a patient consultation with a suboxone doctor online through a cell phone, tablet or home computer. These types of services allow someone to consult with our provider to determine if this type of treatment will work and if so, the person will be prescribed medication to begin recovering.
How Bad is Addiction in the State of KY?
The state of KY is best known for whisky distilleries, horse racing and bluegrass music. What many people don’t grasp is just how bad the opiate problem has become and it continues to grow worse every day. According to statistics from the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy, there are more than 1,000 opiate overdose deaths each year. If you reside in or near Barbourville, KY, Knox County, you can pick up your phone right now and contact our treatment program to begin MAT with suboxone.
What Makes Our Program Better than Others?
You’ve probably been looking around online and searching for a suboxone clinic, it doesn’t surprise our clinic at all if you’ve contacted programs only to find out the astronomical costs, or that the program isn’t taking new patients. Our program is better than others because our first commitment is to help everyone no matter what, that means we take new patients, we don’t have a waiting list and we accept private medical insurance, KY state Medicaid and offer affordable payment options to fit any budget.