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Unread 07-26-2014, 12:26 AM   #1
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Hello everyone. I am new to all of this and am currently trying to find a suboxone doctor that will accept Molina insurance. I have been diagnosed with an opioid addiction. I just recently began addiction counseling and drug education classes and was told by my family physician that suboxone may be a useful tool in my recovery. I had my children taken from me and made to leave my home so that the mother of my children would be able to keep our kids. I am currently unemployed because my employer found out about my situation and told me that he couldn't have an addict working for him. I was prescribed vicodin and percocet by my old family physician then was taken off of them all at once and couldn't stop taking them after my perscription was gone. Now I am broke and homeless and desperately seeking a suboxone Dr so that I can get better for myself and for my family. Can anyone help me. I can't go on like this anymore. The only Dr I have been able to find charges 500 dollarrs for the initial visit and 350 thereafter and I fear that if I don't get the help I need soon I will lose my family and maybe even my life. Any information would be helpful I've already registered with naabt and did my own search for places near my home town within 70 miles on way
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Unread 07-26-2014, 06:40 AM   #2
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Hi natedogg2014, welcome. Have you contacted Molina insurance directly to see if they can help? You could try calling 211, it's a referral line that is usually run by the United Way and available in each state.

A couple of other things would be to try calling hospital doctor referral lines, or even your state's drug and alcohol division. Here's a link that might help:

What state are you in?

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