Does Transformed Lives MD Accept Medicaid? Yes.

One of the biggest issues for someone dealing with an addiction to opiates is figuring out how to pay for medication-assisted treatment using suboxone. Suboxone treatment is most often paid for by a person’s medical insurance plan, but for people with Medicaid it can be particularly difficult to find a provider that can help them.

In the Baltimore area, there are doctors who prescribe suboxone in our network, which is why it’s important to explore all the options available to you before you give up on becoming clean.

In order to be eligible for Medicaid, a person must fall below a certain percentage of the poverty level for the state of Maryland.

In Baltimore Maryland, to find out if you are eligible for Medicaid, you’ll need to visit the state’s Medicaid website. Once you are on the website, you can fill out an online application in the Health Insurance Marketplace. When you’ve completed the application, the website can inform you of the programs you and your family are eligible for.

As part of Maryland’s efforts to clean up and help combat the opiate epidemic, Maryland Medicaid is focused on improving the opiate prescribing process for medical providers, in a desire to reduce the medication’s misuse, dependence overdose and death.

On the Maryland Medicaid website, you can find links to the Maryland Overdose Prevention Information, Narcotics Anonymous, SMART Recovery, Core Mental Health Service Agencies and Addiction Authorities and finally, Beacon Health Options Provider Directory.

Suboxone has been called a lifesaver and “blockbuster” medication that has the potential to reduce the symptoms of opiate withdrawal. The medication does however, have a dark side to it, and suboxone addiction can become a genuine problem which is why it should only be administered and used under the supervision of a medical provider.

Suboxone doctors in the Baltimore Maryland area that accept Medicaid are under strict guidelines from the Food and Drug Administration, they must be specially trained before being able to prescribe suboxone. Not everyone can take suboxone safely, particularly people who have certain health conditions such as asthma and sleep apnea. When you decide to conquer your addiction to opiates, it’s important to receive a medical evaluation from a licensed medical professional to decide the right course of action.

If you are addicted to heroinoxycodoneoxycontinhydrocodone or morphine, it’s a good idea to seek help from a suboxone doctor as soon as possible.  If you live in the Baltimore Maryland area and have Medicaid, we accept most Medicaid Plans for suboxone or opiate addiction treatment.  If we are unable to accept your insurance, we will do our best to help you find a doctor that accepts your insurance

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