Addiction Outreach Clinic (AOC) provides an Opioid Addiction Treatment Program in Elyria (Sheffield), Ohio. Many patients travel over an hour to visit AOC to utilize the unique addiction treatment program that is offered. AOC’s suboxone clinic in Elyria serves patients from surrounding areas including:
North Ridgeville, OH
Columbia Station, OH
More About The Suboxone Clinic at Addiction Outreach Clinic
Addiction Outreach Clinic provides a unique and highly effective treatment for opioid addiction.
The program at AOC is outpatient and only requires 1 visit every 4 weeks. This means that as a patient in our program you’re only required to visit the office just about one time per month where you can go through all aspects of the treatment program, including getting your suboxone prescription.
The program also utilizes Medication-Assisted Treatment, or MAT, to treat the behavioral aspect of addiction while using the medication of Suboxone to treat physical symptoms of addiction and withdrawal. This lets you focus on changing behavioral habits long-term, without physical symptoms getting in the way.
Another unique aspect of the program at AOC is that the requirements for clinic visits let you keep your job and maintain your day to day life. You can be in recovery treatment for addiction while maintaining a job and taking care of your family. This approach to treatment can work for the long-term because it enables you to effectively manage your addiction, earn a living, and support your family.
Payment for the Opioid Addiction Program and Suboxone
Our program does not accept insurance because we only require 1 visit every 4 weeks. Programs that accept insurance will ask to see you every week, up to 4 times per week. This is because insurance-based programs need you to visit as frequently as possible so they can get their insurance reimbursement.
Our program focuses on the patient, not insurance requirements. Because we don’t answer to insurance companies we only require one visit per four weeks, with an affordable monthly self-payment. Many patients who have insurance will still opt to use our treatment program because the amount of time they save, and their ability to maintain their lives makes it worth it.
Cost of Suboxone Medication
The price of Suboxone may vary depending on your insurance or other factors, such as the pharmacy you use. Visit https://www.suboxone.com/?cid=subx where you can pay as little as $5 for your Suboxone film. You can also try GoodRx, an app that helps you find the cheapest medications in your area. We recommend contacting your local pharmacy to confirm they will accept your GoodRx.
GoodRx website: https://www.goodrx.com/
GoodRx mobile app: https://www.goodrx.com/mobile
You can try using GoodRx to find the lowest priced Suboxone near you.
The Addiction Recovery Program at AOC
Addiction Outreach Clinic was founded in 2007 to help combat the opioid epidemic that has unfortunately become so prevalent in the midwest. Dr. Nicholas Atansoff started AOC because as a psychiatrist and addictionologist he could not sit back and watch our communities become ravaged by opioid overdoses and not doing anything about it. The addictionologists and nurses at AOC are here to help and support you on your path to recovery. To learn more about our opioid addiction treatment program or get started on treatment ASAP please click here.
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