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Meet One of the Top Suboxone Doctors Erie PA – Dr. Lisa Baird
Dr. Lisa Baird, DO, at Recover Me Addiction Services, is one of the top suboxone doctors Erie PA has to offer specializing in addiction drug treatment such as opioids and heroin. Located in Erie, Pennsylvania, she focuses on treating the physical withdrawal with medications like Suboxone, so that patients can focus on rebuilding their lives.
Many of the patients we see here at our addiction recovery center became dependent on an opiate not because of an irresponsibly spent youth, but because of prescribed painkillers from a previous accident or medical procedure. We want you to succeed in putting your life back together and get you the right recovery drug addiction plan for you. We know that you’re an individual, not a number.
We design a personalized drug addiction recovery treatment plan for your opiate addiction, using medications like Suboxone and Zubsolv to stop the withdrawal and reduce cravings. Get started on your drug recovery treatment plan and contact me, your local suboxone doctors Erie PA.
Suboxone Clinics in Erie PA Recovery Program Benefits
Stop the withdrawal from heroin and other opiates.
Fast appointment scheduling.
Convenient outpatient setting.
Individualized drug addiction treatment programs planned just for you.
One-on-one visits with an experienced physician.
Most insurances will cover your prescriptions (except Aetna Better Health and AmeriHealth Insurances).
Choose an addiction treatment facility that is right for you.
Once stable, appointments are scheduled for every 4 weeks.
Schedule as many appointments as necessary during your first 3 weeks at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE.
Addiction Recovery Program Admission Requirements
Potential candidates for the program must be in withdrawal with physically visible symptoms when they present for their initial appointment unless transferring directly from another program. 48-72 hours is preferred but 24 hours is the minimum suggested time to refrain from opiates (36 hours for street purchased Suboxone)
In the case of transfer from another program, the prescription must have run out no later than the day before the initial appointment.
We do not accept pregnant patients into the program at this time.
Potential candidates may not be taking any benzodiazepines (Valium, Ativan, Klonipin, etc) even if prescribed.
Potential candidates must refrain from drinking alcohol.
Although not mandatory, it is strongly suggested that you have a counseling appointment set up before you come for your initial appointment.
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1001 State St Ste 806, Erie, PA 16505
Monday: 9AM - 5PM
Wednesday: 9AM - 5PM
Thursday: 9AM - 5PM
Friday: 9:00AM - 5PM