Suboxone Frequently Asked Questions

Suboxone Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Are you or a loved one suffering from Addiction? The hardest step in recovery is always the first one. Evolve Suboxone in Athens, TN is here to answer any questions that you may have. Below you will find a list of some of the commonly asked questions at Evolve. You can also reach out to our trained and medically licensed staff – 24/7 to help answer any questions that you have.

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Medically assisted treatment is medically supervised treatment which uses a combination of medication(s), counseling and behavioral therapies. Medications can be used to taper down or as a maintenance medication. When combined with counseling, case management and social support it highly effective in the treatment of addiction.
That will be determined by you and your physician in your plan of care. Some are on Suboxone short term while others may require more long term maintenance. It is determined on an individual case by case basis.
MAT, as a part of a “whole person” approach to the treatment of addiction, can help someone struggling with addiction sustain recovery and reduce opioid overdoses.
12 STEP programs have long been recommended and utilized as a part of a person’s personal recovery program. Today there are many options for a person to engage in self-help groups and other support groups such as DAA, Celebrate Recovery, Smart Recovery and many more.
Most patients report feeling “normal” and like they are “a part of life”. Many patients using Suboxone in a Medically Assisted Treatment Program report having a more positive outlook on their future.
After a thorough assessment your physician will determine the appropriate dosage of Suboxone to begin your course of treatment.
Often times Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is recommended based on the person’s individual need for enhanced supportive services during stabilization and early recovery.
The cost of Suboxone treatment varies widely from little to no copay for a patient with insurance coverage up to $ 600- $ 700 for those without insurance coverage.
Yes we take TennCare including BlueCare, United Healthcare, and Amerigroup as well as major commercial insurances.
Stopping any medication can be difficult. Part of recovery includes making changes to the “whole person” , mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Many patients find that once a sober support system and a healthier lifestyle is developed it is less difficult when tapering off Suboxone.

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