Our Suboxone Clinic in Lexington Removes Treatment Barriers

Living with an addiction to opiates is a nightmare we would never wish on anyone. The current opiate crisis in the United States has hit hard with rural areas and cities being equally affected. Our suboxone clinic in Lexington exists because we intend on tearing down the walls and removing the stigma attached to opiate addiction and we will remove the barriers preventing people from accessing treatment.

telehealth for opiate addiction treatmentWhat Are Common Barriers to Someone Receiving Treatment?

One barrier to treatment which many people face is lack of insurance, which we don’t care about. It doesn’t matter to us if you have medical insurance or live on a fixed income, we will find a way to help you get treatment. Another barrier to treatment is location, which we have foreseen and offer telehealth services for people who cannot visit us in person or for those who live too far away from our clinic. Providing readily accessible, affordable and total patient-focused treatment is our goal and we work hard to meet the needs of any patient who comes to us seeking help.

How Our Suboxone Clinic in Lexington is Changing “Talk” About Addiction:

Our suboxone clinic in Lexington is very aware of the way people view addiction and how there is negativity attached to it. It is hard enough for someone to be honest and open about their opioid use disorder without having to face societal stigma and judgment. We know in order to change perceptions and public views about addiction the “talk” about it must change and we actively work to educate the public and other providers about suboxone and how it saves lives.

Lexington, Kentucky 502-305-8855 or Lexington, Maryland 410-777-8900

Don’t let what others think about you or your addiction prevent you from accessing the help you urgently need. Stop worrying about the hurtful and negative image’s others have about you, let it go and get treatment because trust us it is the best thing you’ll ever do in your life. We urge you to put aside any reservations and doubts you might have about medication-assisted treatment because it can and will work if you let it.