400 Reservoir Ave, Suite 3B, Providence, RI 02907
Clinic Hours:
9:00am – 5:00pm (Mon-Fri)
Clinic Number
(401) – 228 – 2793
Rhode Island Suboxone Clinic

Suboxone Treatment

Suboxone is a medication used to treat opioid addiction and abuse. At the RI Suboxone Clinic, we offer Suboxone treatment for those suffering from opioid addiction in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Our suboxone treatment helps reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings related to addiction to drugs such as Heroin, OxyContin, Percocet, Fentanyl, and Vicodin.

At the RI Suboxone Clinic, our goal is to combat Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) by means of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). Our providers use Suboxone as part of a comprehensive treatment plan that includes counseling and behavioral therapy.

Our Suboxone treatment strategies are carried out by providers with longstanding experience treating opioid addiction. Our suboxone doctors will work closely with the patient to determine the best course of substance abuse treatment.

The RI Suboxone Clinic offers both in-person and telemedicine appointments for Suboxone treatment. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare.

Choose which option works best for you:

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In-Person Appointments

RI Suboxone Clinic offers a comprehensive Suboxone treatment program that is tailored to fit the unique needs of each patient. Our highly trained and experienced staff provides individualized care in a safe, supportive environment. The first step of our program is an initial consultation, during which we will assess your needs and develop a customized treatment plan. We believe that in order to achieve long-term recovery, it is essential to address not only the physical aspects of addiction, but also the psychological and emotional ones. Our program includes individual and group therapy, as well as cognitive-behavioral techniques. We also place a strong emphasis on family involvement, as we believe that family support is essential for recovery.


Telemedicine Appointments

Suboxone treatment is a life-saving medication that helps individuals struggling with opioid addiction. However, accessing this care can be difficult, especially for those who live in rural areas, have pre-existing health conditions, or have transportation issues. Driving long distances to see a provider can be expensive and time-consuming, making it difficult for many people to get the care that they need. That’s why RI Suboxone Clinic offers online, telemedicine appointments. This means that you can meet with one of our Rhode Island providers from the comfort of your own home, or anywhere else that you have an internet connection. Telemedicine appointments are a convenient way to get the care that you need, when you need it. If you’re interested in finding out more about our telemedicine appointments, or if you’d like to schedule an appointment, please call us at 401-228-2793.

The RI Suboxone Clinic offers a variety of services to help those struggling with addiction

Suboxone Treatment (Medication-Assisted Treatment)

We offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with Suboxone to help people struggling with moderate to severe opioid addiction. This FDA-approved medication helps reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms, making it easier for people to stick with treatment and avoid relapse.


We offer individual and group counseling to help you on your road to recovery. Our counselors are trained in evidence-based practices and can help you find the right treatment plan for you. Counseling can provide support and guidance during the recovery process

Peer Support Groups

We have peer support groups available to provide you with support and encouragement on your road to recovery. These groups are led by recovered addicts who have been through the treatment process themselves.

Behavioral Therapy:

This therapy can help address the underlying psychological issues contributing to addiction.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy:

This therapy can help change the thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to addiction.

Family Therapy:

This therapy can help address the issues within the family that may be contributing to addiction.

Outpatient Treatment:

This treatment allows patients to live at home while attending regular therapy sessions and group meetings.

Important Patient Information

Symptoms of Opioid Dependence

Opioid dependence, also known as opioid use disorder, is a condition characterized by the compulsive use of opioids despite the negative consequences. Those with opioid dependence typically experience withdrawal symptoms when they try to quit using opioids.

The most common symptoms of opioid dependence include the following:

  • Strong craving for opioids
  • Difficulty controlling or reducing opioid use
  • Continued use of opioids despite harmful consequences
  • Spending large amounts of time obtaining, using, or recovering from the effects of opioids
  • Giving up essential activities in order to use opioids
  • Using opioids in risky situations
  • Tolerance (needing higher and higher doses of opioids to get the same effect)
  • Opioid withdrawal symptoms (experiencing uncomfortable physical and mental symptoms when not taking opioids)

If you or someone you know is experiencing these symptoms, it is crucial to seek help from a medical professional. Opioid dependence is a severe condition that can be difficult to overcome without treatment. We offer many resources to help those struggling with opioid dependence, and seeking help is the first step to recovery.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Substance use disorders (SUDs) are complex conditions that can involve physical dependence on a substance, withdrawal symptoms, and tolerance. SUDs can be caused by various substances, including alcohol, prescription drugs, and illicit drugs.

Opioid overdoses, which stem from substance use disorders, have been a significant public health concern in recent years. In 2021 there were nearly 80,000 overdose deaths involving opioids in the United States. In Rhode Island alone, there were over 450 opioid-related deaths.

One treatment for SUDs is buprenorphine, which is a partial opioid agonist. Buprenorphine can help to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, and it has been shown to be effective in treating SUDs. Buprenorphine is the main ingredient in Suboxone, a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, which means that it blocks the effects of opioids.

Suboxone can be used to treat SUDs involving opioids, and it can help to prevent overdoses. Suboxone is a Schedule III controlled substance, meaning it has a lower potential for abuse than other opioids.

Treatment for SUDs is often multi-faceted and may involve medication, counseling, and support groups.

Treatment for Opioid Use

Opioid drugs are a class of powerful painkillers that include prescription drugs like OxyContin and Vicodin, as well as illegal drugs like heroin. Opioids are highly addictive, and people who use them can quickly develop a substance abuse disorder.

Treatment for opioid addiction typically includes behavioral therapy and medication. One of the most commonly used medications is suboxone, which helps to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. A physician must closely monitor suboxone treatment, and it is not appropriate for everyone

Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

RI Suboxone Clinic is dedicated to helping our patients overcome their addictions and get on the road to recovery. We offer a convenient Suboxone treatment program that includes Suboxone treatment, behavioral therapy, and counseling, amongst more in our list of Suboxone treatment options.

Our team of addiction specialists and addiction treatment doctors will work with you to create a complete treatment plan tailored to your needs. And because we understand that getting addiction treatment can be difficult, we offer in-person and telemedicine appointments.

We accept most health insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare, to provide easy access to treatment.

As Rhode Island’s certified Suboxone treatment provider, we are committed to providing our patients with the best possible care. You will be able to make long-term changes with our help to live a happy, healthy, and drug-free life.

Why Suboxone Treatment is Effective

We utilize medication-assisted treatment (MAT) which combines behavioral therapy and counseling with Suboxone. Suboxone is a medication that helps to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Suboxone treatment is an effective way to overcome addiction and achieve long-term sobriety. Studies have shown that Suboxone treatment can increase the chances of success by up to 50%.

The RI Suboxone Clinic offers Suboxone treatment to patients struggling with addiction. Our program is based on the latest research and evidence-based practices, and our team of highly skilled and experienced providers is dedicated to helping our patients achieve their recovery goals. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we encourage you to give us a call today to learn more about our program and how we can help.

The Role of Suboxone Doctors in Treating Opioid Addiction

Suboxone doctors play a vital role in the fight against opioid addiction. They are specially trained in prescribing and monitoring this medication and providing other forms of support for their patients.

In addition to helping people recover from addiction, Suboxone doctors also play a crucial role in preventing overdoses. Offering this medication to people struggling with addiction can help keep them from turning to more dangerous drugs. As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage communities across Rhode Island, the role of the RI Suboxone Clinic will only continue to become more critical.

Our suboxone doctors work closely with other treatment team members, such as therapists and counselors, to ensure that patients receive comprehensive care. As a result, the treatment team can help patients achieve long-term sobriety and lead healthy, productive lives.

Suboxone Maintenance

Suboxone is a medication that contains buprenorphine, which is an opioid medication. It treats opioid dependence and can be taken as a maintenance medication. The maintenance phase of treatment with Suboxone can last for months or years. During this time, the person takes Suboxone regularly to prevent withdrawal symptoms and craving opioids. Suboxone maintenance has been shown to be effective in treating opioid dependence. It can help people reduce their use of opioids, improve their quality of life, and reduce their risk of overdose.

How to Take Suboxone

At RI Suboxone Clinic, we understand that addiction is a chronic disease that requires lifelong treatment. Therefore, we treat our patients with compassion and respect and are dedicated to helping them overcome their addiction and become sober for life with our personalized outpatient treatment programs.

Our treatment options are backed with evidence and based on the latest research. We use a multidisciplinary approach that includes Suboxone treatment, behavioral therapy, counseling services, and other evidence-based treatments.

Opioid use disorder has taken a toll on our society, and we are committed to doing our part to help those affected by this disease. We place a premium on patient privacy. Our facility is 100% private and confidential, so you can be sure that your information will be safe with us.

Suboxone Treatment with the Rhode Island Suboxone Clinic

Suboxone treatment is one of the most effective ways to overcome an addiction to opiates. However, because suboxone can be addictive in its own right, it is important to seek out suboxone treatment from a qualified and experienced staff at a suboxone clinic. We understand that starting your journey to recovery can seem daunting, but we are here to help you every step of the way. Contact us today to start your journey to recovery and let us show you how easy it can be with the right support.

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