Category Archive: Recovery

Nov 04

Is Cyboxin Drug Same As Suboxone? Drug Equivalency Matrix

Cyboxin Drug For Opiate Dependence & Addiction – What Is It?

I noticed something interesting over the years of reading various Cyboxin Drug forums and websites about Buprenorphine. You have also probably noticed that there are a LOT of different versions of Suboxone, and a lot of different names that people use when referencing it.


Cyboxin drug is a less-common misspelling of Suboxone by Reckitt Benckiser. So, just because Suboxone is referred to by many names such as Cyboxin Drug is not really a bad thing but means that there are a lot of different ways to say Suboxone, just like you might say Tomāto and I say Tomäto! So I created a simple reference card, or drug matrix that you can use to quickly see that there are really only two different types of Buprenorphine based medications, one with Naloxone and one without Naloxone.

There are also many different brand names, and lots of misspellings of the brands. So what is the Cyboxin Drug and is it the same as Suboxone… now you can find out.

Buprenorphine Drug Equivalency Matrix

Cyboxin Drug or Suboxone Drug

Cyboxin Drug or Suboxone Drug









Of course each drug manufacturer of an opiate addiction treatment drug wants to have their own name & brand to set their Cyboxin drug apart from others.

For the Cyboxin drug, or the Suboxone Drug, or the Buprenorphine Drug there seems to be too many different versions and names of the drug that is used for treatment of opioid addiction or dependence.

Two Drug Types – Buprenorphine (alone) or Buprenorphine with Naloxone

So Cyboxin Drug is actually not a real drug, it is a misspelling of Suboxone or Subutex which are different medications. As shown below the latter does not have Naloxone. The Naloxone is added to help make the drug less prone to abuse, and it helps to remove the “high” that opioids can cause, which strengthens the addiction feedback loop.

Basically, it all boils down to, do you take your Buprenorphine plain or with Naloxone, it’s that simple. Buprenorphine alone is mainly used for pain with exceptions and Buprenorphine with Naloxone is used for Opiate Addition Treatment.

The information here should be used for entertainment purposes only, the information should be verified by official literature from the manufacturer.




Buprenorphine & Naloxone Drug Matrix 

Cyboxin Drug, Suboxone, Subutex, Subotex, Butrans, Buprenex, Zubsolv, Byotrans, Saboxin, Syboxin, Saboxin, Cyboxine & Naloxone



Common Misspellings






For Use




SUBOXONE® Saboxin, Suboxin,Cyboxin, Cyboxin Drug, Saboxin, Subotex, Subotex    8 mg & 2 mg  2 mg & .5 mg Opioid Dependence Treatment Reckitt Benckiser 2002
SUBUTEX® Subotex, Subex, Sobutex, Subotox       8 mg         Opioid Dependence Treatment Reckitt Benckiser 2002
BUTRANS® Butran, Byutrans, Byootrans 5,7.5,10,15,20 mcg        Pain  Purdue Pharma L.P. 2010
ZUBSOLV® Zubsolve, Subzolv       5.7 mg     1.4 mg Opioid Dependence Treatment Orexa 2013
BUPRENEX® Byoprenex, Booprenex, Bupranex, Butranex        8 mg       — Pain Reckitt Benckiser 2002

If there are any Buprenorphine type medications that need to go into this matrix please leave a comment below or email rich at this domain name. Thank you for your support.

So do you do Naloxone with your Buprenorphine?

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Nov 04

Cyboxin Drug – Saving Money On Cyboxin (Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Subutex, Naloxone)

Cyboxin Drug – Here to Help & Copay Reduction (aka Suboxone)

The manufacturer of the Cyboxin Drug (aka Suboxone Film, Buprenorphine, Subutex, Naloxone) for opiate addiction currently has two active ways to save money on prescriptions for it. The manufacturerer of the amazing life-saving Cyboxin Drug is a company called Reckitt Benckiser.

I love to tell people about the Cyboxin drug and Reckitt Benckiser because I believe that their Cyboxin Drug saves lives.

Reckitt Benckiser, Manufacturerer of Cyboxin Drug Offers $0 Copay

The one drug manufacturer that I am proud to talk about is Reckitt Benckiser. Why am I always happy to recommend their Cyboxin Drug? Good question, there are several reasons beside the fact that the Cyboxin drug saves a lot of lives by helping pain killer addicts recover before they end up over-dosing or worse.

Right now there are two ways to get the Cyboxin Drug for FREE or at reduced prices.

Cyboxin Drug $0 Copay Card

Cyboxin Drug $0 Copay Card (Suboxone)

Cyboxin Drug (Offer 1) – We have learned that Reckitt Benckiser is offering the Here to Help Pay $0 Copay and Save up to $50 per month deal until 2015. There are many different spellings used for the Cyboxin drug, but they all contain the same ingredient of Buprenorphine and Naloxone.

Cyboxin Drug (Offer 2) – There is a deal to save up to $100 monthly on Buprenorphine (Butrans) but this is not the same formulation as the Cyboxin Drug you know. Butrans does not have Naloxone, which is the drug that helps eliminate abuse potential and basically what makes it work for addicts. I don’t recommend asking your doctor for this drug and would go for the Cyboxin drug first.

Other Common Names For The Cyboxin Drug

If you are looking for the Cyboxin Drug for opiate (pain killer) addiction or heroin addiction then it is usually referred to by these names instead of Cyboxin. Some people spell it Saboxine or Syboxin I don’t know why they made it so confusing when it is really simple, the key ingredients are listed one of two ways.

  • Suboxone with Naloxone
  • Buprenorphine with Naloxone

Similar But Different Drugs Not Exactly Like The Cyboxin Drug

I would recommend avoiding these drugs because they do not have Buprenorphine and Naloxone like the Cyboxin Drug does.

  • Butrans
  • Subutex
  • Zubsolv
  • Methadone

 Reckitt Benckiser Patient Assistance – Here to Help Program

Cyboxin Drug Here to Help Savings

Cyboxin Drug Here to Help Savings

The Here to Help® Program was created to help cure you of a nasty opiate addiction habit and let you manage the daily experience on-line. Visit the Here to Help website for the Cyboxin Drug by visiting here.

Think you might be addicted to pain killers or opioids?

Take this short test to find out right now.

$0 copay for SUBOXONE Film has been extended (again) until the end of 2015! Thank you to Reckitt Benckiser for their generousity!

If you would like to visit the official website for the Cyboxin Drug copay deal, visit

If you want to print a copay card that will make your copay for Cyboxin free then visit

How the program works:

  • copay card is used along with your health insurance or if you don’t have insurance the cost will be reduced by up to $50 per month for the Cyboxin Drug (SUBOXONE Film).
  • The newest version of the Cyboxin Drug is a thin plastic-like film. The film is called Suboxone Film and is more affordable than the SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablets (CIII), the octagon shaped orange tablets. The film tastes better and it works better in my opinion plus you can cut it with a razor blade to adjust dose amounts and save money.

Cyboxin (Suboxone Film) – Better Than Orange Cyboxin Drug Tablets

  • The Cyboxin drug dissolves faster than SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) tablets
  • Cyboxin has a much better taste than the orange tablets (over 71% of patients scored the taste better or the same)
  • Each dose is individually wrapped in blue and white sealed packages that are child resistant and easy to carry
  • Once-daily dosing like the Suboxone tablet

This offer will end in 2015 unless it is extended again.

Ready for Cyboxin Drug Treatment?

Here is the official Doctor Finder to help you find a doctor certified to treat opioid addiction / dependence in the privacy of his or her office.

You can also call 1-866-973-HERE(4373) for help connecting to a Cyboxin Drug doctor in your area.

Want to know what treatment is like with the Cyboxin Drug (Suboxone Film)?

This website will help you understand the stages of treatment.



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Oct 30

What Does Suboxone Look Like? Suboxone Strips, Film, Tablets Identification

Suboxone Identification – Strips, Film & Tablets

What Does Suboxone Look Like? Suboxone is always the color Orange no matter whether it is in the pill form or the film (aka strip) form. Suboxone Film is a very thin strip of medicine, it almost looks like the dissolving breath mints available at the supermarket. The Suboxone strip is rectangular and is approximately .5″ by 1″ in size.


Here are some images of Suboxone Film, Suboxone Tablet & Suboxone Strips. Suboxone has a unique appearance and is not easily mistaken for other medications. The tablets are shaped in a pentagon (five sides) and Suboxone film is rectangular, both are colored orange.

What Does Suboxone Look Like – In Suboxone Film Form?

Here is a picture of Suboxone 8mg with 2mg Naloxone. This is a Suboxone Strip also known as Suboxone Film. The Suboxone Strip comes in a blue and white sealed packet as shown below.

What Does Suboxone Film Look Like

What Does Suboxone Film Look Like

What Does Suboxone Look Like – In Tablet Form?

This is what Suboxone Tablets look like in 8mg doses.

Suboxone Tablets

What Does Suboxone Look Like – Tablets

Important Things To Know  About Subuxone

  • Suboxone contain a mixture of buprenorphine and naloxone.
  • Suboxone is used for treatment of opiate dependence.
  • Suboxone is different than most opiates because it contains Naloxone to prevent abuse or IV of Suboxone.

Buprenorphine is the active ingredient in Suboxone so the names are not interchangeable.


Naloxone is the ingredient in Suboxone that prevents abuse

  • IV of Suboxone
  • Snorting of Suboxone
  • Getting High On Suboxone
  • Plugging Suboxone
  • Intravenous use of Suboxone

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Oct 29

What Does Subutex Look Like?

Subutex – What Does It Look Like?

If you are wondering, What Does Subutex Look Like than you’ve come to the right place. But before you take a look at what Subutex looks like be sure that you are not mistaken and looking at Suboxone which is a very different, yet similar drug.

Below are images of Subutex in label, box and pill form. Please do not rely on these for medical reasons, these images are supplied for entertainment purposes only. Always verify drugs with your pharmacist before taking them. So now you know what Subutex looks like and if you continue you’ll learn the differences between Subutex and Suboxone

What Does Subutex Look Like – Label Form

These are the pharmacy labels for Subutex 2mg and Subutex 8mg respectively.

What Subutex Looks Like - Sublingual Tablet Label 2mg

What Subutex Looks Like – Sublingual Tablet Label 2mg

What Subutex Looks Like - Sublingual Tablet Label

What Subutex Looks Like – Sublingual Tablet Label – 8mg




What Does Subutex Look Like – Box Form

This is what Subutex Boxes look like in 2mg and 8mg doses.

What Subutex Looks Like With Box

What Subutex Looks Like With Box

What Does Subutex Look Like – Pill Form

This is what Subutex Pills look like in 2mg and 8mg doses.

What Subutex Looks Like In Pill Form

What Subutex Looks Like In Pill Form


Drug Safety Information – Subutex is NOT Suboxone

Remember to read the critical facts about Subutex and Suboxone so that you do not mistake the two by accident. If you were to take Suboxone by mistake in place of Subutex than you could trigger a precipitated withdrawal syndrome which is very uncomfortable and possibly dangerous.

What Does Subutex Look Like – Pharmacy Bottle Form

This is what Subutex Bottles look like in 8mg doses. This is how the pill is received in the pharmacy.

What Does Subutex Look Like in the bottle

What Does Subutex Look Like in the bottle

Critical Facts About Subutex and Subuxone

  • Subutex & Suboxone contain the active ingredient of buprenorphine hydrochloride.
  • Subutex & Suboxone are medications used for the treatment of opiate addiction or opiate dependence.
  • Suboxone contains a second ingredient Naloxone which is used to prevent abuse.
  • Suboxone will be chosen by doctors over Subutex because it is less likely to be abused.


Why Were Subutex and Subuxone Both Approved For Opiate Dependence?

This is a common question. Subutex was the first version of the buprenorphine based treatment for opiate dependence. Suboxone came later and with an additional drug to prevent abuse. It is unlikely you will ever be prescribed Subutex (Buprenorphine without Naloxone).

Subutex is different than Methadone also as Methadone treatment usually requires you to receive medicine daily at a clinic. Subutex allows you to take your medicine home!

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Oct 23

Suboxone Copay Card & Other Buprenorphine Manufacturer Savings Plans – Through 2015!

Save $75″ & “Suboxone Copay Cards” – Status Through 2015

The Suboxone prescription savings cards and coupons are not as easy to find late in 2014. I regularly scour the internet for the latest and greatest manufacturer savings plans. At first I had no luck in finding a Suboxone deal, but before finishing the article I found one – scroll on down if that is what you want.

I do have another sweet idea though that you may want to read about first.

Prescription Copay Cards – Non-Existent in October of 2014

But do not despair there ARE options for you to save money on the expensive wonder drug! There are variants similar to Suboxone that DO offer very good Pharmacy Cards, and Free Prescriptions.

Suboxone Copay Cards Hard To Find In 2014?

I believe that the recent approval of Suboxone generic is forcing companies to tighten margins due to new competition for Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Subutex and Butrans. With generic available the pharmaceuticals are going to make less money because they will likely need to reduce prices.

How To Save Money on drugs like Suboxone!
Save $200 on Copay vs Suboxone

Alternative to Suboxone with better savings at


There are medications that are very much like Suboxone.

Suboxone has an active ingredient of Buprenorphine and Naloxone. The Buprenorphine is what kills your withdrawal symptoms, the Naloxone is to keep you from abusing opiates it takes the “high” away.

I’ll tell you about the drugs I know of — that contain Buprenorphine and whether they might be a “fair” replacement option for Suboxone.

I’ll list them in order of best savings first.

#1 Suboxone Substitute – $0 Copay Two Months – $200 Savings

B E S T  S A V I N G S  P R O G R A M  for Buprenorphine based drugs.

I personally have experience with Butrans Transdermal System. Butrans is a patch that you wear for an entire week, which is really convenient. The patch releases Buprenorphine into your blood-stream via contact slowly and consistently for a full week. Pretty cool, huh?

In my opinion the patch started wearing off before a week, but it wasn’t too bad. Also sometimes they don’t like to stick on after you take a shower, but overall it works and there are ways to get the patch to re-stick.

Why is the Butrans Patient Assistance Deal Better than any of the Suboxone Copay Cards?

  • The Pharmacy Card card covers the entire cost of the medication.
  • The Card can be used for two script fills, or two months.
  • The Copay Card is worth a total of $200, or $100 each month.

The possible negative…

Butrans Transdermal System doesn’t have Naloxone in it.

The Naloxone is used to keep people from abusing the Buprenorphine or other opiates. So your doctor may not approve the switch, unless you let them know that the cost is a serious burden and you could not afford medication otherwise.

Many doctors prefer patch delivery because daily dose medications are more abused, and the process of taking a pill every day can contribute to psychological dependence. There is something to be said for waking up and feeling good, not having to take a pill or strip.

Some technical info and legal info from the manufacturer website…

Manufacturer Legal & Technical Info

Butrans® (buprenorphine) Transdermal System is indicated for the management of pain severe enough to require daily, around-the-clock, long-term opioid treatment and for which alternative treatment options are inadequate.



Other Suboxone Replacements With Savings Cards – Coming Soon!

I’m running out of time so will post at least half a dozen more Suboxone alternatives in the coming days so you might want to bookmark this page, I’ll update this page with the new links. Yeah, this blog is actually created by a human being and not a computer. But I enjoy helping others and make a few bucks off the ads so don’t be sad for me. :)

The patch is the BEST deal out there though if your doc can get over the Naloxone not being there it will save you a bundle of money!


Guess What? – The Suboxone Copay Card IS Still Available!

I did not see it earlier today, but I checked again and it is there! It is only $50 but better than nothing.

Save on SUBOXONE Film

Save every month on SUBOXONE Film

The instructions are pretty much the same. Get a script from your doctor and print your savings card. This deal is good until the end of 2014 so you have three months left. There is a limit of one prescription per month, so it pays $50 monthly which is pretty sweet (for people with insurance).


The savings cover Suboxone Film in 2mg or 8mg dosages.



Legal & Important Stuff: People who have taken buprenorphine have suffered serious breathing problems and death—especially when taking buprenorphine by injection, and in combination with benzodiazepines or other central nervous system depressants (including alcohol).

Remember to bookmark this so you find the other Suboxone alternatives! Thank you for supporting this website. If you ever need to taper from an addictive substance, be sure to try out our very own Suboxone Taper Charting Tool, it helps you plan a gradual taper off any addictive substance by visualizing the drug levels in your bloodstream!

The link for the tool is in the left bar of the website.

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Oct 08

Burprenorphine – 7-Days, 7-Money Savings Ideas for Buprenorphine Programs – One Every Day

Buperenorphine Money Saving Tips!

Did you know there are many ways to save a serious amount of money on Buprenorphine, or whatever variant of the medication you are currently taking? There is Zubsolv, Butrans Patch, and now generic Suboxone- WOW!

YES – GENERIC Buprenorphine is here so the day has finally come when we do not have to pay ten bucks per tablet/film.

MFG Deals on Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine Savings

Oh, the Buprenorphine Tips For Saving Serious Money

We’ll start with the ways to get Suboxone/Buprenorphine for FREE or ALMOST FREE prices.

Buprenorphine Secret #1 – FREE Buprenorphine – Totally Free!

  1. Suboxone® Film Manufacturer FREE MED PROGRAM —>  This program is not very well known because you have to mention it to your doctor. Each doctor receives a limited number of Buprenorphine cards for use at the pharmacy. Each doctor may have a small number available, but if you don’t ask you’ll never know whether you could have landed one of his/her free allotments of the drug. Not all doctors participate in the program but make a note to ask your doctor next time you visit.

Buprenorphine Savings Tip #2 – The well loved Savings Card is back until 2015.

Added the second tip on 10/28/2014 – sorry for the delay. Keep posted for more money savings ideas!

Buprenorphine Film Savings Card – Now Until The End of 2014!

You can save money every month on SUBOXONE (Buprenorphine) Film

Simply visit your doctor and see about getting a script for Buprenorphine. If your doctor is willing to write the script than print a manufacturer savings card. This Buprenorphine savings card is good until the end of 2014 so hurry before it is too late. With this deal you save about fifty dollars a month at the pharmacy, which is a great help. You can use the card to supplement your insurance too.


The Buprenorphine Film comes in dosages of 8mg and 2mg, they each have smaller amounts of Naloxone used to prevent the high that opiates can sometimes cause.

I hope that this tip helps you make the cost of Buprenorphine treatment less costly. Don’t forget to stop back tomorrow for the second little-known secret on how you can get Suboxone/Buprenorphine at a huge discount and/or free.


Buprenorphine Savings Tip #3 – The well loved Savings Card is back until 2015.

Added the third tip on 10/28/2014 – sorry for the delay. Keep posted for more money savings ideas!

This buprenorphine savings idea is not as good at saving dollars but will help if you are strapped for money and need to get a script filled. Not all pharmacies will share with you the fact that you can get a partial fill on Buprenorphine.

What is a partial fill of Buprenorphine?

This means if you have a script for 20 buprenorphine strips, you can have the pharmacist fill two, four, or whatever you can afford, and put the remainder on file for later fill! This cannot be done with many controlled substances but it can be done with Buprenorphine and can mean the difference between suffering or not.


Four more money savings tips will be posted as soon as I can so please bookmark and stop back.

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Jul 25

Buprenex, Buprenorphine Started As Schedule V Narcotic in USA, 1985

Buprenorphine Drug Scheduling Timeline

Buprenorphine was first marketed in America in 1985, it was then scheduled by the FDA as a Schedule V narcotic. The only available product in the United States at that time was a very low-dose formulation intended for injection.

It was sold under the brand name Buprenex®. The FDA said that diversion, abuse & trafficking was occurring in Europe and other parts of the world. Considering the strength of Buprenorphine, it doesn’t surprise me that it was misused and/or trafficked.

Anyone who has attempted to stop taking Buprenorphine (aka Suboxone) knows how difficult it can be, sometimes more difficult than quitting other addictive opiates. If you are trying to taper from an addictive opiate or suboxone, you can check out the suboxone taper calculator on this site, or check out the new one on

DEA Scheduling of Buprenophine


Subutex and Suboxone were approved by the FDA in 2002 as schedule III Narcotic

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved two buprenorphine products (Suboxone® and Subutex®) for the treatment of opioid addiction.


Both products are high dose (2 mg and 8 mg) sublingual (under the
tongue) tablets:

  • Subutex® is a single entity buprenorphine product
  • Suboxone® is a combination product with buprenorphine and naloxone in a 4:1 ratio, respectively.


DEA Places Burprenorphine Products In Schedule III in 2002

The DEA placed buprenorphine and all products containing buprenorphine into schedule III in 2002. Since 2003, diversion, trafficking and abuse of buprenorphine have become more common in the United States.


FDA Approves Extended Release Buprenorphine Product – Butrans® in 2010

In June 2010, FDA approved an extended release transdermal film containing buprenorphine (Butrans®) for the management of moderate to severe chronic pain in patients requiring a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic for an extended period of time.



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Jul 15

Frontage Road Methadone Clinic – 300 Frontage Road – New Location…

Frontage Road Methadone Clinic – Closing After 40 Years


Frontage Road Methadone Clinic

Frontage Road Methadone Clinic

The Frontage Road Methadone Clinic located on 300 Frontage Road will be closing the doors to Opioid addicts as a result of cost cutting measures. The Boston Board of Health voted almost unanimously 6 to 1 in favor of shutting down the Frontage Road Methadone Clinic.

300 Frontage Road Methadone Clinic > Bay Cove 66 Canal St.

The one vote against closing the Frontage Road Methadone Clinic was cast by Celia Wcislo, vice president of Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union.

According to health officials, the city wants to redirect the clinic’s budget to Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s proposed Office of Recovery Services. The mayor, a recovering alcoholic, made strengthening the city’s support network for substance abusers a cornerstone of his campaign.


** primary replacement for 300 Frontage Road Methadone Clinic **

Bay Cove Human Services Treatment Center
66 Canal Street
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 371-3040

Barbara Ferrer, Executive Director – Public Health Commission

Barbara Ferrer Frontage Road Methadone Clinic

Barbara Ferrer Frontage Road Methadone Clinic

Barbara Ferrer, executive director of the city’s Public Health Commission,, of the $2.4 million operating cost for the Frontage Road Methadone Clinic, “Is not necessarily what the health department should be doing with scarce resources.”

Ferrer said that the service will not end until a high quality replacement for the Frontage Road Methadone Clinic is found.

“We have no intention of ever signing off on anything that would compromise our ability to offer a great service,” she said.

Frontage Road Methadone Clinic – To Be Suffolk County House of Correction

Rita Nieves, director of addiction services for the Boston Public Health Commission, said that the 300 Frontage Road Methadone Clinic clients are expected to transfer to the Suffolk County House of Correction at South Bay by July 1.

“This is a complex transaction, and we will work this plan until the last client has been transferred,” Nieves said. “We’re not married to a particular date. . . . The more important thing here is that the transfer happens with no interruption” in service.

Frontage Road Methadone Clinic Closing


Methadone is a synthetic narcotic used for treating opiate addicts. Methadone works by reducing the cravings that an addict has for opiates like heroin or other strong pain-killers such as oxycodone or dilaudid.

At least one of the current clinicians at the Frontage Road Methadone Clinic was concerned about the timing of the proposal and its potential consequences. They asked to not be named for fear of retribution and said,

“We’re in the middle of a heroin epidemic,” the employee said. “The clients are unraveling because they’re not sure if their insurance will cover the treatment.”

Frontage Road Methadone Clinic – Methadone Clinics

Boston Methadone Clinics


** Primary For 300 Frontage Road Methadone Clinic **

Bay Cove Human Services Treatment Center
66 Canal Street
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 371-3040


Nearby Alternate Locations to 300 Frontage Road Methadone Clinic

VA Boston Health Care System – Methadone Program
251 Causeway Street
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 248-1006

CRC Health – Boston
99 Topeka Street
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 442-1499

Boston Public Health Commission Opioid Treatment Services Program
774 Albany Street
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 534-5554



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Jun 25

Suboxone $50 Copay Card – Save Money on Suboxone For 2014

Suboxone $75 Copay Card

Suboxone Savings Card 2014

I wanted to let everyone know that Suboxone is offering a $50 Copay Card again this year, it is good until the END of 2014!  If you are taking Zubsolv, there is a similar program to save you money. The Zubsolv Savings Card for 2014.


Details of the Save on SUBOXONE Film Program

  • Save every month on SUBOXONE film
  • If you use insurance, save up to $50 each month (typically means zero copay for privately insured patients)
  • If you are not using insurance, save $50 each month on 2mg or 8mg prescriptions.
  • If you are not using insurance, save MORE than $50 each month on 4mg or 12 mg prescriptions

Offers are applied at the pharmacy where you get your Suboxone filled.

Print Suboxone Savings Card Now

Print Suboxone Savings Card Now

Suboxone Savings and Free Month Amazon Prime – We Love You!

How Do You Take Advantage Of This Save On Suboxone Deal for 2014?

  1. Ask your doctor to write a prescription for Suboxone film.
  2. Print the savings card. Bring the card to your pharmacy when filling Suboxone
  3. Save through 12/31/2014 (limit one prescriptions per month)


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Jun 25

Zubsolv – RISE Program with free $75 Copay Card

What is the Zubsolv RISE program?

Resolv to take control of your recovery.  RISE is a 24/7 Support Program offers a selection of online tools and resources to help you build the plan you feel is most helpful to your recovery. The program was developed with the help of people with opioid dependence, and to meet the needs of you.

FREE $75 Copay Card for 2014

Zubsolv Card

Zubsolv Card

RISE—a 24/7 support program

Offering you continuous access to information and resources throughout the recovery process and provides care and support beyond the doctor’s office.

Allows you to get support in the privacy of your own home, to supplement your support at the doctor’s office.

Learn MORE about the RISE program


The Resolv to Recover Kit Includes:

  • A FREE $75 Copay Card for ZUBSOLV (2014)
  • Evolv, Resolv, ZUBSOLV: What you need to know, an educational brochure for you and your loved ones
  • RISE: Recovery your way – Highlights the features of RISE and provides you with your RISE enrollment code
  • Demonstration placebo tablets
  • Full Prescribing Information and medication guide for ZUBSOLV
Resolv To Recover Kit

Resolv To Recover Kit


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