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Suboxone Treatment Hotline and Text Helpline Number

A Suboxone hotline can answer questions you may have about Suboxone use. Whether you are calling for yourself or on behalf of another, Suboxone hotlines provide resources and support from knowledgeable professionals.

What Is Suboxone?

Buprenorphine, methadone, and naloxone are the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medications used to treat opioid use disorder (OUD).1 Suboxone is a mixture of buprenorphine and naloxone and when used as prescribed, can be an effective and safe part of a treatment regimen for OUD. However, if misused, Suboxone dependence can develop.

What Type of Help Do Suboxone Hotline Numbers Provide?

Calling a drug addiction hotline can offer various means of assistance. When you call, you can expect to receive information on:

  • What addiction is.
  • The signs and symptoms of addiction.
  • Information on community-based organizations and support groups.
  • Treatment options for substance use disorders (SUDs).
  • What to expect during treatment.
  • Insurance options for treatment.

List of Free Suboxone Misuse Hotline Numbers

The following hotlines and helplines can assist you if you are struggling with Suboxone misuse.

If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 immediately.

American Addiction Centers (AAC)

  • AAC is a leading provider of inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab treatment services. Admissions navigators are available 24/7 via our helpline to assist you in determining the next steps on your path to recovery. 

Boys Town National Hotline®

  • 1-800-448-3000
  • Boys Town provides a 24/7 hotline that offers information, resources, and support for several issues, including substance misuse.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) HelpLine

  • 800-950-6264
  • The NAMI HelpLine operates Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. EST. If you or a loved one are suffering from mental illness, you can receive information, referrals, and support.

National Runaway Safeline

  • 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929)
  • The National Runaway Safeline provides 24/7 resources and support for homeless, runaway youth, and families in crisis.

National Suicide Prevention

  • 1-800-273-8255
  • This network provides 24/7 resources and support for those experiencing emotional distress or suicidal crisis.

Poison Control

  • 1-800-222-1222
  • Poison Control has an anonymous and free helpline that provides expert guidance if you suspect poisoning.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline

  • 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
  • SAMHSA’s National Helpline operates 24 hours a day and provides information and resources for individuals facing mental illness and/or substance use disorders (SUDs).

Preparing to Call a Suboxone Hotline or Helpline

While Suboxone hotlines vary depending on the group that provides the service, it is a good idea to have certain information ready before calling. Being prepared for the potential questions you may be asked can give you peace of mind. When you call, you will first be asked to verify that you, or the person you are calling on behalf of, are not in a life-threatening situation. You will then be asked questions that generally focus on:

  • Your name, age, and location.
  • How long you have been using Suboxone.
  • How much Suboxone you consume and how often.
  • Other substances you may be using in addition to Suboxone.
  • Other medical or mental health conditions you have.
  • If you need detox.
  • If you are ready to start treatment.
  • Your insurance information.

Can I Text a Suboxone Helpline Number Instead of Calling?

Yes, some groups offer information, resources, and support for Suboxone use via text. If you want more information regarding Suboxone use but are hesitant to call, you can sign up for personalized text support instead from American Addiction Centers (AAC). You will get 24/7 text support at your convenience starting now. It is free, and you have no obligation to enter rehab. You may opt-out at any time.

Are Suboxone Hotlines Open 24 Hours?

Most Suboxone hotlines and helplines are available to provide 24/7 support. Some resources, such as the NAMI HelpLine, only operate within specific business hours. SAMHSA’s National Helpline is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year as well as AAC’s helpline, which can be reached by calling

Are Suboxone Hotlines and Text Helplines Anonymous and Confidential?

In general, drug addiction hotlines, helplines, and text helplines are anonymous and confidential. If you have any concerns, you can contact the group that provides the service online or by phone to verify anonymity and confidentiality.

Should I Consider Suboxone Rehab Treatment?

Addiction is the most severe form of SUDs and is characterized by compulsive drug seeking, continued use despite harmful consequences, and lasting changes in the brain.2 Seeking treatment for an SUD is a crucial first step in taking control of your life. It is important to understand the symptoms of addiction so you will know what to look for and can better determine if it is time to seek rehab treatment.

The following criteria are used by professionals to assess if a person has mild, moderate, or severe SUD and may help you decide if you should seek Suboxone treatment:3

  1. Taking the substance in larger amounts or over a longer period than intended.
  2. A persistent desire or unsuccessful attempts to cut down or control substance use.
  3. A significant amount of time is spent obtaining, using, or recovering from substance use.
  4. Experiencing cravings or a strong desire or urge to use the substance.
  5. Inability to fulfill obligations at home, school, or work because of substance use.
  6. Continuing to use the substance despite persistent interpersonal or social problems caused by substance use.
  7. Forgoing important occupational, recreational, or social activities because of substance use.
  8. Using the substance in situations in which it is physically hazardous.
  9. Using the substance despite knowledge of having a persistent or recurrent physical or psychological problem caused by substance use.
  10. Developing a tolerance.
  11. Experiencing withdrawal.

How to Find Suboxone Rehab Centers Near Me

You have several options if you are looking for rehabs near me for Suboxone misuse. Taking time to consider the different types of treatment programs available can ensure your needs are met and provide you peace of mind. You may find that there is not an appropriate treatment program near you, but you can consider traveling out of state as well. Some popular states for treatment include California, Florida, New Jersey, and Texas. You can use our rehab directory to search by location or call us to discuss your needs at

Does My Insurance Cover Suboxone Treatment?

Insurance coverage for rehab varies by provider and plan, but most insurance companies cover at least part of the cost of rehab. You can check your insurance by calling the number on the back of your insurance card to find out what your coverage provides. You can also fill out the form below to see what your insurance covers.

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