Beginning medication-assisted treatment or MAT can be an overwhelming process for someone who has no idea what to expect. BIZTIP LLC, is going to educate you about the admissions and screening process involved with medication-assisted treatment so you may enter into one of our programs with confidence and assurance. Our clinics offer around the clock 24/7 access to our treatment program, we accept walk-ins, we offer telemedicine services online and we have no waiting list.

What are the Eligibility Requirements for MAT?

At the programs offered through our suboxone clinics, there are certain requirements in place to determine if a person is eligible for treatment. A person must be 18 years of age, have a photo ID, agree to adhere to the program’s policies and procedures and be screened for opiate dependence before beginning MAT. Other restrictions may apply, but this will be discussed with a potential patient after discussing a person’s addiction and health history at length.

What Happens During an Intake and Assessment?

When someone visits one of our clinics, the admissions process can take about 2-3 hours and a person must be in withdrawal before initiating MAT. During the initial visit, a person will visit with a counselor (if needed), a doctor will do a physical assessment and medical history and then the person will be given the initial dose of medication. BIZTIP LLC oversees many suboxone clinics in Maryland and Kentucky, so it doesn’t matter where you live because we likely have a facility close to you.

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Once a person receives a full assessment, he or she will be formally admitted to one of our suboxone clinics. We will develop a personalized plan and an initial medication dosage will be determined. Our clinics offers telehealth services to make sure we can help patients at any time of the day or night. At our clinics we accept state Medicaid, any medical insurance, we offer pricing online and we will work with people from any income level, because saving lives is more important than money to us.