Suboxone (Buprenorphine) Treatment Drug Rehab Centers in Pennsylvania, United States

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A comprehensive and accurate directory of alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers that use Suboxone for treatment in Pennsylvania, United States

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MPower Wellness

Verified

Banyan Philadelphia

Livengrin Foundation Inc

Verified

Wedge Medical Center

Mazzoni Center Behavioral Health Services

Libertae Inc House For Women

Malvern Institute

Wedge Medical Center

Wedge Medical Center

Kirkbride Center

Fairmount Behavioral Health System

Just Believe Recovery Center

Recovery Center of Crozer Chester Medical Center

Valley Forge Medical Ctr and Hosptial

Pyramid Healthcare Inc Quakertown

Eagleville Hospital Substance Abuse Services

Recovery Centers of America Devon OP

Key Recovery Outpatient Services

Malvern Institute

Mirmont Treatment Center

Clem Mar House Inc Men

Bowling Green Brandywine

Pyramid Healthcare Inc Dallas

Clem Mar House Inc Women

Conewago Pottsville

Huntington Creek Recovery Center

Clinical Outcomes Group Inc

Bradford Recovery Center

Conewago Place Inpatient

PA Treatment and Healing (PATH)

Drug Rehab Centers That Use Suboxone

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated:05/01/2024

Drug Rehab Centers That Use Suboxone in Pennsylvania

Suboxone® (buprenorphine and naloxone) is one of the most common medications used in Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder. It’s one of three FDA-approved drugs, along with Vivitrol® (monthly injectable naltrexone) and methadone used as part of the MAT process. Suboxone works by offering a two-pronged attack against opioid use disorder. The buprenorphine delivers a very small and controlled dose of opioids to offset withdrawal symptoms, and the naloxone blocks the flow of dopamine that is responsible for the euphoric effects one feels when taking the drugs. The rising rates of opioid overdoses have prompted communities across the country, including yours, to offer Suboxone-friendly rehab centers.

Am I A Candidate for Suboxone?

It’s important to realize that not all patients who are recovering from opioids are eligible for suboxone. Eligibility must be determined by a credentialed and certified doctor, and depend on a variety of factors, including but not limited to:

  • Medical History
  • Substance Use History
  • Treatment History

It’s important to realize that Suboxone or any other type of medication is not a substitute for behavioral rehab. Any of these drugs should be administered as part of a comprehensive treatment plan, including counseling, aftercare, and supplemental therapies.

We’re Ready to Help You Find the Care You Need

Most, if not all, rehab centers will offer either coordination with doctors that can prescribe Suboxone for eligible patients; or offer medical care in house as part of their treatment services. If you or your loved one is in need of Suboxone, it’s likely because you’re experiencing withdrawal, and you shouldn’t have to look for help on your own under those circumstances. Use our directory below to help you find the best Suboxone-friendly addiction treatment center for your care needs, lifestyle, and financial resources. Your treatment, recovery, and future begin now.