Suboxone Opioid Addiction

suboxoneOpioid dependence: addiction to opioids such as prescription painkillers or heroin—is a challenging and complicated condition, but it can be treated effectively with medication assisted treatment, counseling and support. Addiction to opioid prescription painkillers such as OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, Actiq, or to heroin can reset the brain’s chemistry to think the drug is necessary for survival. When your brain tells you that you can’t live without a drug, it can quickly lead to compulsive drug-seeking behavior.

Because opioid dependence is a medical condition, it can be treated effectively with medication-assisted treatment combined with counseling and support. Don’t let shame or stigma get in the way of getting the help you need. People with other chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and asthma also benefit from medical treatment combined with behavioral changes.

The goal of treatment is to help opioid-dependent people stop misusing opioids and regain control over their lives. Medication is only one part of the treatment picture. Talk with your doctor about how counseling can increase the likelihood of treatment success—and about the importance of having strong support to help you along.

SUBOXONE Film is a narcotic medication indicated for the maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, available only by prescription, and must be taken under a doctor’s care as prescribed.

It is illegal to sell or give away your SUBOXONE Film.

Opioid dependence is a challenging and complicated condition, but it can be treated. If you’re working to overcome opioid dependence, you know the experience can sometimes be overwhelming. That’s why the formulation of your medication should help make your experience convenient.

Our providers at QLMC are specially trained and certified to help you with your opioid dependence. Our office is discrete and we understand the unique needs you have in managing your dependence. Contact us for more detail at 520-733-2250 and start living opioid free today.

Our Suboxone doctors are Dr. “Jack” McGettigan, Dr. McCabe, and Dr. Gerhauser.

Brand NameGeneric Name
Percodan®, Percocet®Oxycodone
Roxicodone®, Tylox®Oxycodone
Lorcet®, Vicodin®Hydrocodone
Tylenol 3®Codeine
Fiorinal® with CodeineCodeine Phosphate/Butalbital/Caffeine/Aspirin
Fioricet® with CodeineButalbital/Acetaminophen/Caffeine/Codeine Phosphate
Darvon®, Darvon-N®Propoxyphene
Wygesic®Propoxyphene and Acetaminophen
Duragesic®, Actiq®Fentanyl
MS Contin®, Avinza®Morphine
Dilaudid®Hydromorphone Hydrochloride
Lortab®Hydrocodone and acetaminophen
Phenaphen® with Codeine 3Acetaminophen and Codeine
Talwin NX®Pentazocine/Naloxone

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Brand NameGeneric NameCommon Street Name
Vicodin® HydrocodoneVike, Vic, Watson-387
OxyContin®, Percodan®, Percocet®,OxycodoneOxy, OC, Percs, Cets
Durgesic®, Actiq® Fentanyl Apache, China Girl, TNT, China white, Murder 8, Tango and Cash,Dance fever, Jackpot, Goodfella, China Town
Darvon® PropoxypheneDust, Juice, Dillies
Demerol® MeperidineDust, Juice, Dillies
MS Contin®, Avinza® MorphineMorph, Miss Emma, M
Tylenol® 3Codeine Cody, Captain Cody, Schoolboy

Pharming: Abusing prescription drugs stolen from medicine cabinets of friends and family

Pilz: Prescription medications used as recreational drugs

Trail mix: A mix of prescription drugs, sometimes offered at “pharm parties” in a bag or bowl

These forms of prescription drug misuse are dangerous. They can have serious and irreversible medical consequences.