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Patient Brokering or Third-Party Referrals is Illegal
Did you know that Congress passed a bill banning third-party referrals for substance use disorder treatment? Be careful whom you speak with to get referrals and recommendations.
SAMHSA, the federal agency for Substance Abuse & Mental Health services, maintains a directory of certified Opioid Treatment Programs. They also have a directory of Buprenorphine Treatment Providers. Check these directories below for a provider near you. You can also call their National Helpline to get referrals 1-800-662-HELP (4357) TTY: 1-800-487-4889.
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We are currently working on finding ethical partners for telehealth and telebehavioral services for substance use disorder and addiction. Counseling and treatment for substance use disorder isn't like getting a one-week Netflix-like trial. It involves incorporating evidence-based practices that have proven to be successful and takes weeks and months and hence other considerations like health insurance options and other medical and supportive services need to be reviewed and planned for.