Suboxone Pilot Program 2017-08-25T11:28:12+00:00

Suboxone Pilot Program

A new pilot program in Palm Beach, Florida, modeled after a similar program at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, involves a five step process to help those suffering from opioid use disorder get into treatment. Beginning after a patient has overdosed and is in the hospital, the program involves administering Suboxone over the course of a week and monitoring where the patient is in their withdrawl state. This, coupled with peer counseling, is acting as an on ramp for treatment for those suffering from substance abuse disorder

How effective is the Suboxone Pilot Program?

  • 16 of the first 18 participants have stuck with the program
  • Abstinence from opioids has only a 10% non-relapse success rate, compared to 50% with Suboxone treatments

Information from this article by mypalmbeachpost.com

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How effective is the Suboxone Pilot Program?

  • 16 of the first 18 participants have stuck with the program
  • Abstinence from opioids has only a 10% non-relapse success rate, compared to 50% with Suboxone treatments

Information from this article by mypalmbeachpost.com

How to Get Started

Suboxone Pilot Program Contacts:

Please let us know if you have any questions about bringing programs like the Suboxone Pilot Program to your community.

Contact Us