Yes... It has been a while, and now unfortunately I have returned. I have fallen off of the band wagon once again... I tried to do it right this time, I called the local clinic for help on getting an rx for suboxone... Well, because I pay for my own insurance, I was told at one place that they couldn't help me. The second place I called would require me to pay 3,500 out of pocket because I carry insurance AND I would have to travel 2 hours once a week to see a counselor as well as pay them $120 each session... Now what in the hell is wrong with that picture?? Only the people who have medicaid get to be on the program?? And not only that, but they are the ones who are selling their stuff to people like me. I'm not saying anything negative about people who have medicaid... If you need it, then you are entitled to have it. But why are those struggling and having to fork out hundreds a month to pay for their own insurance suffering the most??? Discrimination or what??? Total BS. If I had the proper help that I needed, I wouldn't be in this mess. Nor would half of society... I hate this!!!
First off, what is Medicaid and who are the people on it? I am guessing it is people who might be on government assistance or something to that effect.
As many here know, I live in Canada, yet even our healthcare system will not pay for Suboxone. I think if you can prove for heath reasons you can't be on Methadone, they might pay for part or all of it. I do not fall into that category and I presently forking out $120 a week for my Suboxone Rx.
Every Friday I have to go down into the city to see the doctor which is a good hour's travelling on public transit. or two hours there and back.
I don't want to say I feel sorry for you, I do empathize with you, as not having money has left me out in the cold, so to speak, in many other different situations.
I can't be of help, just know I am supporting you, emotionally. Wish I could be of more help.
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