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PostPosted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 10:28 pm 
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Well thats the question pretty much, he gets free health insurance through the indian program, is there anyway he can get on suboxone for free utilizing this?


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You would have to ask. I have military insurance and it doesn't cover ANY of my appointments or ANY of the meds. My Regence Blue Shield DOES cover 50% of my doc appt. and covers all but $70 of the sub no matter how much sub I get. Used to be that my Regence didn't cover ANY of it. I think insurance companies are coming around. Slow process.

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hmmm thanks jack but who would we need to contact for that? I can't really find a main indian healthcare number in the phone book...looking around online doesn't seem to get anywhere. Maybe just search for sub docs and see if any work at the indian health clinic here?


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inkindulgence wrote:
hmmm thanks jack but who would we need to contact for that? I can't really find a main indian healthcare number in the phone book...looking around online doesn't seem to get anywhere. Maybe just search for sub docs and see if any work at the indian health clinic here?


If he has a card check the back or front of it for an 800 number, or any number for that matter and call it. They can tell you.


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