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Suboxone Withdrawal is TERRIBLE – Quitting Suboxone IS Possible

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Freedom from Suboxone Addiction begins as an idea

 

Have you tried to quit Suboxone and felt like you’re never going to succeed?

Beating Suboxone AddictionYou know quitting is the right answer. But quitting is hard. Quitting an addictive drug is like swimming out to sea against the incoming waves. You end up back where you started, over, and over again. Does this sound familiar?

I know that gut wrenching feeling of ending up in the same place. I’m in pain. I’m exhausted. I’m losing hope that I’ll ever make it. Have you ever lost faith?

You are not alone. I was where you are now. I learned how to break free from my addiction. I know that you can too. Are you willing to make one small change?

Suboxone is very addictive and can cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Quitting Suboxone is impossible without making a decision to change.

You made it this far. You can end your addiction. All you need to do is initiate change no matter how small. You can make small changes right?

Congratulations you are on the road to recovery from Suboxone Addiction.

 

The next step in beating Suboxone Addiction is deciding on a change

 

A nuclear submarine is on collision course with a massive iceberg. The course must be changed to avoid catastrophe. Are you ready to change your heading towards a better future?

The captain of the submarine knows his direction of travel must be changed immediately. Without change the sub will crash into the iceberg. It would be a tragedy of epic proportions. Each moment of delay makes the turn away more difficult or impossible. Now is a great time to change direction, don’t you agree?

We can change our destination with a thought. That sounds weird but it is true. The moment you change direction,  no matter how small, you have changed your destination.

It happens instantly why not give it a shot?

Imagine your self-confidence soaring as your small changes accumulate becoming noticeable changes, and you begin to feel better. You will start thinking clearly again. This is how I beat addiction. It’s how you can beat addiction too if you want to.

Now is the time to turn the ship.

Now is the time to begin the change.

Now is the time to alter the destination!

Thankfully, the submarine crew followed orders and it was a happy ending.

Change is the key idea that starts the recovery. The laws of physics are clear that an object in motion is likely to stay in motion. You must make change a top-priority. If you accomplish only one thing today, decide what change you are willing to make to beat Suboxone addiction.

Are you ready to end the Suboxone addiction once and for all?

 

The most important step is making the change that you decided on

You need to make your change and make it permanent. After you make your change then you should repeat the process from the beginning but make each change more difficult. It may take several months to quit Suboxone and avoid withdrawal symptoms. If you haven’t seen my Suboxone Taper Charting tool you may want to work with your doctor and plan a very gradual taper plan.

Addicts are brilliant people. It is proven that addicts tend to have higher IQ’s than non-addicts. Then why isn’t beating an addiction easier?

I wish that I had an answer to the question.

I do have a solution to the problem. You can conquer your addiction starting today. You simply need the right motivation. You need to want the change before you can make it happen.

Have you decided what change you want to make today?

Knowledge acquisition IS change

You can start by learning about addiction.

Learning about addiction will help you to conquer it. The submarine captain has studied the enemy so the enemy can be destroyed. Knowing the enemy helps defeat the enemy. Addiction is the enemy, right?

It doesn’t matter how small your change is. The smaller your change the better chances of success! What changes can you commit to right now?


A drug holiday IS change

You can initiate drug holidays or times when you will NOT use the drug. It doesn’t matter how small the window of time is as long as you are serious about sticking to it. Don’t make your change too difficult and set yourself up for failure.

Refuse to use on Sunday.

Refuse to use between 9am and noon.

Refuse to use on holidays.

These are only ideas. What small change will you make today?

Write it down somewhere where you’ll see it every day. If you can’t do that than do something to symbolize the decision like tying a string on your finger. Hold yourself accountable to the small change. I know this probably sounds corny, but it’s serious. Make your changes SMALL so you easily handle them. I mean really small too, so that you could bet your life being able to do it. OK?

Small change is easier than big change.

Small change has the highest probability of succeeding. If you make a small change in the right direction your confidence will soar. This pattern of small, steady changes will take you to a place you never thought existed without drugs.

I learned how to escape addiction with the help of others. My present, and future is bright and hopeful. I know you will succeed because you are still reading. Will you stick with me?

You are almost there. The next step is urgency.

 

Recovery from Suboxone addiction works best with a sense of urgency

 

Urgency is driven by fear or passion.

Change is critical in quitting SuboxoneIf you don’t have fear or passion than you don’t have urgency and you are unlikely to change course. Urgency means making change your first priority. Can you think of a change that might be good for you?

If you don’t make changes than you will never change the destination. You will end up at the same place over, and over again. Your life will not get any easier until you start to make changes. Every day, every week that goes by makes it more difficult to quit. You know in the back of your mind that something needs to change. Are you with me?

Could you NOT use for the first ten minutes of each hour?

You could easily not use from the top of each hour until ten minutes after the hour. I mean, ten minutes can not be that hard. Sure, it might be uncomfortable if you are partying and you suddenly stop for a break. Your partying friends will laugh but they’ll watch and expect you to fail. Do this every day, every week, and you will begin glowing with confidence. Your confidence will become contagious. Can you see it?

Are you not ready to reduce usage yet? No problem.

You can still begin to change now.

Learning about addiction is action. Learning will help you understand the enemy. You can destroy the enemy with knowledge and time. Imagine how you will feel once you have conquered addiction. Make knowledge your first change.

Find a good book about addiction so you can learn.

If you don’t do it now while the voices aren’t telling you otherwise, you may never do it. Start steering your life in the right direction today. Start your change now with urgency because life is not a drill. You may have dodged bullets until now but you can’t forever. You already know this though, right?

I picked two of my favorite books on addiction and they are both really cheap. You can probably buy both of them for less than it would cost for one Suboxone tablet on the street. It’s hard to believe that one pill costs the same as two books that could save your life. I’m sure you are tired of wasting money on Suboxone, right?

The books I recommend are shown as links within this article. Consider reading your book with a friend. Two people have a better chance of success than one.

It is not heroin or cocaine that makes one an addict, it is the need to escape from a harsh reality. There are more television addicts, more baseball and football addicts, more movie addicts, and certainly more alcohol addicts in this country than there are narcotics addicts. Shirley Chisholm

In the interest of full disclosure, I am an affiliate of Amazon. The prices are exactly the same whether you use an affiliate link or not.

Consistent change, a sense of urgency and time are the pillars of success

Some people don’t have addictive personalities. Some people have strong will-power. We weren’t blessed with will-power but we were blessed with intensity.

Addicts do things with great intensity. Now is the time to get intense and make a small change.

Then another change. And another. You get the picture right?

Now is the time to stay on track and continue changing your destination. Begin making your first change today. And remember that knowledge is a start in the right direction.

I’m excited that you have made it this far.

You are obviously ready to quit Suboxone for good and I’m confident you will succeed.

Its time to crush your Suboxone addiction while there is still time.

Suboxone Withdrawal - How to quit Suboxone once and for all

 

What are your thoughts about this article? I hope it helped motivate you to make a change. I hope it starts the same fire in you that it started for me. I beat Suboxone addiction and so can you.

I would also LOVE to hear any success stories, or lessons learned that I can pass on to others.

 

 

 

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Drug Half-Life Elimination & Blood Plasma Level Taper Planning

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Drug Half-Life Elimination & Taper Charting Tool 

 

Q U I T   S U B O X O N E   T O M O R R O W . . .

but start quitting today

 

I n   a   h u r r y ?   Jump to the dedicated taper charting tool page here

 

Cold-Turkey Suboxone Taper

Suboxone will build up in your system because the half-life is very long, it takes about 37 hours before half the active drug has been removed from your blood.  This is an average, if you take many medications or are older the length of time may be significantly higher.

Due to the long half-life withdrawal on day one after cold-turkey will not be too bad, and day two through seven are a rapid descent from normal to hell-on-earth. The withdrawal will get worse over the next three do five days peaking at around seven to ten days. This is my opinion you should contact your doctor with questions about how the drug might affect you.

Suboxone Cold Turkey

Suboxone 10 x 16mg  - Then Cold Turkey

Cold Turkey Suboxone - 14 Days of 16mg

Day 12-30 Withdrawal

 

 

 

 

 

 

T h i s  i s   h o w   t o  N O T  t a p e r . . .

 

Warm-Turkey taper of Suboxone with a two tiered drop down in dose

The next taper example is much better than the cold-turkey, but still has a rapid drop off in blood levels after the first week but the taper after that is more gradual and would be easier than a full “cold-turkey”.

There is technology available that can actually help with this problem, it is a LOCKED dispensing device where you can literally LOCK your doses and you can only access them according to your plan. I wish they had this before I went COLD-TURKEY.

You can find details right here.

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Use the Taper Charting Tool to create a personalized taper plan that minimizes withdrawal.

 

This plan is better but still too sharp after the first week.

 

 

 

 Maintain Strict Dose Schedule 

 

Costs less than two Oxy 30′s and will save you 100 times that in the long run

This watch on Amazon allows you to program in medication dose times and reminders so that you can follow a strict taper plan?  The cost is around $34.64 with Free Shipping which is less than the street price for just two tiny Oxycontin 30 milligram pills. You can get a pill scheduling watch at my f a v o r i t e on-line merchant, Amazon.com and the cost is around $34.64 shipped.

 

Error!

It goes without saying that any changes to your medication must be directed by your doctor or health-care professional. This information is being provided for purely entertainment purposes and while the half-life elimination computations are intended to be as accurate as possible the simulations are being done by a computer-programmer and not a doctor or scientist.

Taper Charting Tool  - Use it here

If the Taper Charting Tool does not open below, you can try going to the dedicated page. The tool is written in Silverlight so you may be prompted asking for permission to run/install the Microsoft Silverlight embedded run-time library.

 

 

End of the half life elimination tool article.

 

 

 

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Suboxone (Buprenorphine) Addiction Taper Planning

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How to successfully wean from Suboxone

Tapering slowly, taking into account how quickly the opiate in your system is leaving. Keeping your blood plasma levels steady and moving slowly downward is the secret. Don’t cheat because you aren’t cheating anyone but yourself! Not your wife, daughter, son, family, friend, but yourself. You have bright life ahead of you! I am positive.

 

Suboxone Taper Chart - Opiate Withdrawal Minimization

Click the image to run the Suboxone Taper Charting Tool

My personal experience with Suboxone was a positive one, after a couple failures.  I was able to taper off of Suboxone without any significant problems or withdrawal symptoms. There is one key understanding that you need to make about Suboxone.

Suboxone is extremely STRONG and addictive. Your doctor didn’t share that with you when you went in for treatment did they?  Suboxone is better than typical opiates in that it doesn’t produce the “high” you get with opiates but it blocks the intense and excruciating withdrawal symptoms felt when tapering down usage of an addictive opiate.

Once you realize how strong Suboxone is you can begin to wean off from it. I must remind you that changing your medication dosage is something you can NOT do without doctor approval. Anything suggested here is simply something that worked for one person and that person got doctor approval to wean in the method being described.

It doesn’t take a lot of Suboxone to kill 90% of the withdrawal symptoms, but it does take a fair dose to make you feel “almost as good” as when you were taking your opiates. What do you want to feel good or get off of opiates?

Building a Taper Charting Plan

Use the tool on this site, that was built by a developer who dealt with this same issue. You can plot out your daily dose amounts and get an idea of how much drug is still in your system as the days go by.  Since Suboxone has a long half life you don’t always feel the withdrawal the day after quitting your last dose, it could take up to four days from high doses but when it hits, it hits like bricks.

Use the Suboxone Taper Charting Tool here

You must taper extremely slowly down to below 1mg daily, which is where most people begin to feel it most difficult to wean lower. When you get below 1mg you have to be prepared to wait an hour or two after taking a dose for the pain to go away. If you are patient, the mild discomfort does go away with extreme-micro doses of Suboxone.

My doctor disagreed but allowed me to move forward with my taper plan.  Once I got below 1/16th of a strip I was pretty much weaned off and any remaining pain minor.  It was well worth the extra effort.

Not respecting the power of Suboxone will make you slave to it

Again, it is my strong belief that unless one respects the sheer power of Suboxone they will be forever hostage to it.

My advice to anyone struggling getting off Suboxone.  Realize that doses of 24mg or 16mg are necessary at first, but after a few weeks and one is stable, one can rapidly decrease to down around 1mg daily, within a week or two max. Tapering below 1mg is when you need to slow things down big-time and you let yourself feel some discomfort during the day.

A 1mg dose after being on Suboxone for a few weeks is in my opinion just as effective as an 16mg dose during the beginning of the treatment.  Once you are down to 1mg, you should plan on taking two more months taking sub-1mg doses (this means cutting a strip into more than 8 pieces, preferably 16 pieces) and only take the dose when you feel “bad”.

Just tasting the “orange” taste is enough to ease pain

 

If you take a dose after feeling “bad”, know in your mind this stuff is very powerful, you only need to taste the “orange” for 10 seconds or so.  Then wait at least an hour before thinking the dose didn’t work and taking another.  Small doses work, but they do take some patience.  If you can make a strip last two weeks THEN you can think about stopping without much pain.  Suboxone doctors would laugh at this last paragraph, but this author has witnessed several people learn this the hard way.

Wish you the best in tapering and quitting highly addictive opiates for ever! :)

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Prescription Savings for Suboxone in 2013

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SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) Sublingual Film (CIII)

 

Save money on prescriptions for SUBOXONE Film – Expires 12/31/2013

 

If you don’t have a prescription for Suboxone, then you’ll need to ask your doctor for Suboxone Film.

  • Print the Suboxone savings card.
  • Bring the Suboxone savings card to your pharmacy.
  • Use your Suboxone savings card only once per month
  • Use your Suboxone Savings card until 12/31/2013

 

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 Click on the card to get yours

 

How to Save Money with the Savings Card


Using Insurance for Suboxone

 

  • You save up to $50 each month
  • No copay ($0 copay)

Paying Cash for Suboxone

 

  • You save up to $50 each month 2 mg or 8 mg prescriptions.
  • Save more than $50 each month on 4 mg or 12 mg prescriptions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

The savings will be taken off of your amount owed at the pharmacy when you present your card.

All of the fine print …

Taken from Suboxone.com

*Most privately insured patients will be covered for 100% of their copay, up to $50 per prescription. For patients not using insurance, this card will cover $50 or more per prescription. Specific amount will be applied at the pharmacy.

You must present the savings card to your pharmacist, along with your insurance card (if applicable) and a valid prescription for SUBOXONE Film to receive your savings off of each SUBOXONE Film prescription (minimum of 14 films). Only one prescription per month. Offer expires 12/31/2013. You may take advantage of only one savings program from Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, Inc. at any one time. This offer is not valid for SUBOXONE Film prescriptions covered under Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, or other federal or state assistance programs. Patients enrolled in any SUBOXONE product patient assistance program are not eligible to receive this offer. Void where prohibited by law, taxed or otherwise restricted. The selling, purchasing, trading or counterfeiting of savings cards is prohibited by law. Offer valid only at participating pharmacies in the US. Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, Inc. reserves the right to rescind, revoke or amend this offer without notice.

Your offer has its own unique ID number. You can’t transfer it or provide a copy to another person; only you can use it. Patients are encouraged to call OPUS Health at 1-877-678-7493 with any questions.

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Suboxone Detox Centers

 

Suboxone detox programs and those that use buprenorphine can help patients stop taking opiate drugs. Suboxone and Subutex are two drugs approved for this treatment. People who suffer from stronger opioid dependency may be treated with buprenorphine.

See the full article here along with the toll-free phone number

http://www.detox.net/articles/suboxone-detox/

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Suboxone Withdrawal – How to quit Suboxone forever without pain.

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Opiate Addiction – Suboxone, Methadone, Oxycodone, Morphine & Hydrocodone

Opiate addiction is a dangerous condition that often precipitates a medical detox. Suboxone is the brand name for buprenorphine and naloxone, used to treat addiction to strong synthetic opiates hydromorphone, dilaudid and common opiates such as heroin and morphine. Suboxone helps to wean you from opiates by offering a long half-life and a chemical combination that minimizes the ability to get “high” using Suboxone.

Deciding to Quit Suboxone – How to quit taking highly addictive synthetic opiates such as Suboxone.

One method of quitting buprenorphine is called the Waismann method. I can not speak to it’s effectiveness or safety.  I thought it was worth passing on.  I have no relationship with the company. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers a safe, compassionate Suboxone detox that doesn’t rely on opiate replacement therapy. Patients in our renowned program first undergo an exhaustive batch of diagnostic medical tests. suboxone241Special intravenous medications are then used to cleanse the opiates from patients’ opiate receptors. This occurs in a hospital while patients sleep lightly under deep sedation for a short time. They awake unaware of the accelerated withdrawal symptoms that occurred while they were under. We have been successfully treating opiate addiction for over a decade in the U.S., using a scientific and humane approach. The accelerated procedure eliminates the physical drug addiction within days as compared to other detox programs which can require a stay of 30 to 90 days. Full article on the Waismann Method

What happens if you quit taking Suboxone cold-turkey

After finding your stabilization dosage, you can maintain on the medication indefinitely, and as long as you take your meds each day, never feel withdrawal. If you decide to taper down and get off, you will feel some withdrawal discomfort. The longer the tapering down period, the easier the transition should be, and a 30 week taper is often recommended. When you do finally jump off completely though, you will likely feel some withdrawal. See the full article on Recovering Addict   Typical Symptoms of Suboxone withdrawal are:

  • Sweating
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Pain
  • Leg restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Nausea
  • Anxiety
  • Cold or flu symptoms
  • Insomnia

 

Puridone – Method of Quitting Suboxone & Highly Addictive Opoids

I cannot verify whether this program works or is legitimate however I thought it was worth posting here. This program promises some pretty good things. Read about the Puridone solution to quitting Opiates and/or Suboxone

    • Feel better quickly – Nutraceutical/Non-pharmaceutical, non-addictive natural formula
    • Minimizes suffering – Lowers withdrawal symptoms – the most difficult hurdle in Rx Opiate recovery
    • Customized to You – Ramp-down pain meds safely and on your timing as your body adjusts – at home or in assisted programs
    • Non-addictive Recovery – Natural alternative to Methadone and Suboxone therapies
    • Clinically tested - 121% improvement in Beck Depression Inventory scores; 70% report decreased stress levels; 81% report increased energy levels; 75% reported
    • increased mental alertness

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Opiate Dependence, Cold Turkey Withdrawal & Suboxone – Page 2 of 2

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Hitting Rock Bottom, Recovering & Hitting Rock Bottom Again

Rock bottom is a tough place to be, but on the other hand it can be a blessing because that is what it takes for some people to take action.  The truth of the matter is that a typical addict will hit rock bottom several times possibly as many as half a dozen before hitting that point where they have a chance of recovering. Some people do it their first time, for me it took about three times.

The first time I ended up in the hospital with complications related to high doses of opiates and it was enough to put a scare into me.  I put together a taper plan and followed it to the bet of my ability.  I actually almost made it to the end when I relapsed and within two weeks was right back where I started.

 

Real Rock Bottom – Cold Turkey Withdrawal & Counseling

My second crash to rock-bottom was much worse, my family intervened and they all told me how much I was hurting them and how they could see how I was hurting myself.  Getting my family involved was crushing and had me contemplating suicide as a very possible way to escape.   I was angry at my family and friends for not believing I could quit on my own and I proved them wrong by completing a cold-turkey withdrawal over about a ten day period. I gave it everything I had and barely made it; I can remember somewhere around day 4, 5 & 6 thinking I couldn’t take it anymore and was about to ask to be taken to the ER.  I held strong and pulled through on my own.   I swore to never go through that again and I attended NA meetings once or twice a week.

At this point I didn’t really believe *I* belonged in those meetings.  I still felt that I was “above” them.  This was far from the truth.

Suboxone Treatment & Counseling

But once an addict always an addict, I relapsed a few months later after I forgot about how bad things were.  This time I caught the mistake myself and took action on it myself.  I searched the yellow pages for Suboxone Clinics.  Let me start off by saying this, if Oxycodone is the devil, then Suboxone is the devils’ sister.  But if you go into a Suboxone treatment with a strong respect for it, you have a good chance at succeeding.

I make no money for talking positive or negative about Suboxone.  I can think of a lot of negative things to say about it, but I can say that it very well may have saved my life and I pray that the government never takes this amazing drug off the market.  If anything needs to be done, it is that doctors need a better education about Suboxone, the persons taking it know much more than those prescribing.

Lessons Learned in the Opiate Addiction

I’ve learned a lot over the years about opiate addiction, and various methods of recovery.  If one of my family members were on the same path as I was; I would definitely recommend he Suboxone Treatment, but I’d also make sure they had a very strong respect for Suboxone and how powerful it really is.  You are trading one opiate for another, but Suboxone has a very long half life and offers other advantages that basic opiates don’t offer.

I hope you enjoyed my story, and I hope that it compels you to share yours.

Sincerely,

SuboGuy

 

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Suboxone Here To Help – $0 Copay Card on Suboxone Film

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Suboxone Here to Help Manufacturer Coupons & Printable Coupons

The manufacturer of Suboxone Film, Reckitt Benckiser currently has two money saving programs for assisting patients who are taking Suboxone.  They also have the “Here to Help” program to help those who are taking Suboxone with any treatment related questions or problems.

  1. Suboxone Film Coupon, Pay $0 Copay and Save up to $50 per month. (Reckitt Benckiser Patient Assistance) (offer extended)
  2. SuboxoneHere to Help” Guided Support for your Suboxone Sublingual Film Treatment
  3. Suboxone Copay Reduction Offer – Free Printable Coupon – Save up to 75% Retail Prices

 

1. Here to Help Suboxone $0 Copay Card to Save Up To $50 Monthly With Each Refill

Suboxone $0 Copay Card
Suboxone $0 Copay Card

$0 copay for SUBOXONE Film has been extended until 6/30/13.

For more information, visit SuboxoneFilmCopay.com

To print your $0 Copay Card, visit http://sfilm2.com/coupon.aspx

Specifics of the program:

  • copay card covers the portion that your health insurance does not pay (up to $50 per month) for SUBOXONE Film.  Instead of paying out-of-pocket amounts for Suboxone, you can use the $0 Copay card to reduce copay amounts by up to $50 a month.
  • Makes Suboxone Film more affordable than the SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablets (CIII)*
  • SUBOXONE Film is equally effective as the tablet with many benefits.

Suboxone Film is Better Than Suboxone Tablets

  • Faster to dissolve than SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablets
  • Better taste than the tablets (more than 71% of patients scored the taste as neutral or better)
  • Each dose is individually wrapped in compact unit-dose pouches that are child-resistant and easy to carry
  • Once-daily dosing like the Suboxone tablet
  • Clinically interchangeable with SUBOXONE Tablet, so your doctor can easily transition you. Your doctor will monitor your progress to ensure your dose of SUBOXONE Film is appropriate.

Present this offer each time you fill your SUBOXONE Film prescription. The last day this offer will be valid is June 30, 2013

2. Reckitt Benckiser Patient Assistance - Here to Help Program

Here To Help ProgramThe Here to Help® Program was created to help motivate, encourage, and equip you to manage your daily experience while in treatment for opioid dependence.

Visit the Here to Help website by visiting here.

Think you might be opioid dependent?

Take this quiz.

Ready for treatment?

This can help you find a doctor certified to treat opioid dependence in the privacy of his or her office. You can also call 1-866-973-HERE(4373) for help connecting to a doctor in your area.

Want to know what treatment is like with SUBOXONE Film?

This can help you understand the stages of treatment.

3. Printable Coupon For Suboxone – Up to 75% Off Retail Prices

Printable Coupon for Suboxone

 

For more information on this program visit here.

Save up to 75% off Retail Prices for Suboxone.

 

  • Discount program for drugs.
  • Works like an AAA card that will get you discounts on hotels.
  • Ideal for people with no drug coverage, self employed.
  • Donut Hole Seniors
  • Use the coupon at most large pharmacies such as CVS or Walgreens
  • Not to be combined with insurance or other offers.

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