Telehealth services which include medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a beneficial and effective approach for treating opioid use disorder. Using telehealth services at our suboxone clinic, we can provide MAT to people regardless of their location, transportation, income, schedule or other barriers to treatment. All over the U.S., every state, city and county is trying to increase MAT options, we are part of those efforts and meeting the challenge head on.
How Can Telehealth Help People with Opiate Addiction?
Opiate addiction imprisons its victims in a world filled with miserable cravings and it is cruel and seems inescapable. Opiate cravings can lead a person to do anything and most addicts feel they have the situation under control. For a lot of people with opiate use disorder, inpatient treatment isn’t an option due to time restraints or income restrictions. Our suboxone clinic offers telehealth services with MAT, because we are committed to breaking down the barriers which prevent treatment and we believe in helping everyone in need.
Digital Tools for MAT Programs
Treating opioid use disorder with MAT is probably the most impactful way of saving lives in the face of the opiate epidemic. There are some problems with people receiving treatment for opiate addiction, particularly in rural areas, so we meet those demands by using telehealth services at our suboxone clinic. We provide video conferencing as an alternative to an in-person meeting, and each meeting is private and protected by a secure server. Offering telehealth services brings MAT services to anyone, anytime, anywhere and we are committed to meeting the needs of all those caught up in opiate dependence.
Contact Our Suboxone Clinic to Find Out More About Telehealth: COMING SOON
One of the biggest issues presented to treatment providers today is the lack of programs to provide telehealth and follow up care for people using MAT services. In order to reduce the barriers to treatment, our suboxone clinic offers telehealth MAT services to people all over the country. Our suboxone clinic accepts any type of insurance, state Medicaid, Medicare and we offer transparent pricing so there will be no hidden fees to deal with. If you have questions about MAT and want to find out more information, please contact our program right now and someone will be happy to assist you.