Buprenorphine Assisted Treatment for OUD through the Confidant Health App
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a proven and effective treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD). Buprenorphine (Suboxone) is a safe and effective medication treatment prescribed by Confidant Health, along with our counseling and therapy sessions, to reduce opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms, so you can get on with living your life.
Safer medication-assisted treatment
Buprenorphine is safer than methadone, Suboxone is a less addictive, non-synthetic medication used to reduce opioid withdrawal symptoms. It can help an individual feel normal and healthy with less risk of addiction.
Suboxone is a time-tested, proven effective medication
Suboxone is an effective, time-tested medication that has been used for years to help people recover from opioid addiction. It can be prescribed by licensed professionals and its effects can be experienced in as early as 1-2 days for most patients.
Accessible through Confidant Health’s licensed physician
Stay in control. Suboxone is an FDA-approved medication to reduce opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms, making it easier for you to recover. You can get Suboxone by prescription from a Confidant Health doctor or licensed medical provider.
The Confidant Health process
It's easy from here. Meet by video with a nurse practitioner licensed in your state for a comprehensive evaluation. Build your treatment plan and pick up your medications. Start feeling better quickly and find change that lasts.
1. Download the app
Whether you download the app or call our hotline, the Confidant team will make sure that we attend to your needs right away.
2. Get acquaintance call
The Confidant app will connect you to our virtual office manager who’ll direct and orient you about all treatment options available.
3. First Virtual appointment
Our virtual office manager will set you up with a clinician or a counselor/therapist, depending on your needs.
4. Post-Virtual appointment
The assigned clinician or counselor/therapist will make recommendations on how you can best engage with the Confidant app and care team.
5. Chat with Alfie
Should you have any other concerns, questions, or suggestions, you can always send a message to Alfie, Confidant’s Chatbot, and we’ll try to respond to them right away.
Get on the path to recovery with Confidant Health’s virtual Suboxone clinic.
Find out how buprenorphine (Suboxone) treatment can help you reach your goals for sobriety or moderation.
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What is buprenorphine?
Buprenorphine is used to treat opioid addiction by reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It has a low potential for misuse because it cannot produce euphoria and its effects wear off quickly when taken at higher doses.
What are the benefits of buprenorphine?
Confidant Health is both a tech platform and a network of top-Buprenorphine is a drug mainly used for the treatment of opioid addiction. It can be prescribed by doctors to help opiate-dependent people get off drugs. behavioral health providers. We’re a virtual health system specializing in mental health and addiction. We combine cutting edge tech with great caregivers to help people thrive.
The benefits of buprenorphine are almost immediate, as it can reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings immediately with its first pill. There are few side effects, which is why it is often prescribed for patients who cannot take other drugs like methadone. It also lasts longer than other medicines, so patients can typically go more than 24 hours without experiencing withdrawal or cravings.
How long does treatment with buprenorphine through Confidant Health last?
Per the FDA, there is no pre-determined period of time for treatment with buprenorphine. This can often take 6-12 months, but some individuals remain on this medication for years. Confidant providers work with each individual to ensure their treatment is meeting their needs.
How long does it take for buprenorphine to work?
The effect of buprenorphine on someone depends on how much they’ve been taking and how long they’ve been using it. It generally starts working within 24 hours, but it can take up to three weeks for someone to feel the full effects.
How often should you get a refill of your prescription for buprenorphine?
Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you have or to help you schedule an appointment.
Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questionsyou have or to help you schedule an appointment.
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