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No judgment. No stigma.

Round-the-clock care from people that get you
Treatment that fits into your life, not the other way around
Private, affordable, and fast
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Convenient online Suboxone treatment in Texas

Schedule a free welcome call to learn more about our program and ask questions. Once you’re enrolled, treatment is on your terms:

Online visits with your care team (no travel required)
A Suboxone prescription sent to your local pharmacy (important safety information)
7-days-a-week access to Ophelia, so support is always within reach
Get affordable + accessible Suboxone treatment in Texas
We accept a wide range of insurances that cover the cost of online Suboxone treatment. These are just some of the many insurance plans we work with in Texas:
Humana (Commercial + Medicare)
United Mine Workers Assoc (UMWA) Retiree Fund

Don’t have coverage? We offer transparent out-of-pocket pricing.

The most effective treatment for opioid use disorder in Texas

Medications for addiction treatment (MAT), like Suboxone, are the gold standard of care for opioid use disorder according to the UN, CDC, NIH, SAMHSA, and AMA.

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Our Texas Suboxone doctors are ready to help you on your terms

Your clinical team consists of clinicians, nurses, care coordinators, and peers, who have either been in your shoes, or who have worked closely with people who have.

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Addressing the opioid epidemic in Texas

The opioid epidemic in Texas has reached alarming levels, with devastating consequences for individuals, families, and communities. The state has been severely impacted by the widespread misuse and addiction to opioids, including prescription painkillers and illicit drugs like heroin. The availability and accessibility of these substances have contributed to a sharp increase in overdose deaths and a surge in opioid-related hospitalizations. The crisis has not only strained the healthcare system but has also placed a significant burden on law enforcement and social services. Addressing this epidemic requires a comprehensive approach that includes prevention, education, and access to effective treatment options like Ophelia to support individuals in their journey towards recovery from opioid addiction.

Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable
Opioid addiction is treatable

Frequently asked questions

Who is eligible for treatment at Ophelia?

People regularly using opioids who want to control or stop their use as well as those who don't need a higher level of care for acute medical or psychiatric issues.

What medications does Ophelia prescribe?

At the moment, Ophelia clinicians primarily prescribe Suboxone or the generic Buprenorphine + Naloxone combination. We can also prescribe medication for symptoms related to withdrawal during induction, such as nausea or trouble sleeping, and medication for depressive, anxiety, and insomnia disorders.

Is Ophelia confidential?

Ophelia is 100% committed to your privacy and confidentiality. We will never share your information with anyone without your permission, including your employer. Read more about our Notice of Privacy Practices here.

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a combination medication of Buprenorphine and Naloxone. It’s a partial opioid that binds to the same receptors in the brain as traditional opioids and reduces cravings and withdrawal symptoms but does not produce the same “high” at a therapeutic dosage, so you can feel physically healthy and remain clear-headed all day.

How much does treatment cost?

The subscription-based service costs $195 a month without insurance. It includes: all Ophelia clinician visits via video calls, Suboxone management, and ongoing support from the dedicated Ophelia care team.

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