Remote opioid treatment that (actually) works in Pennsylvania

Judgment-free Suboxone treatment at home, on your terms.

Currently available in CA, CT, FL, MD, ME, MT, NY, PA, VA, VT, and WA.
I got my Suboxone Rx in 3 days. So nice to feel normal again!
I can reach my care team 7 days/week.
My insurance covers everything, and it's completely private.
Was treated with respect and without judgement!

How it works

01

Schedule a Welcome Call

Learn about our program, ask us any and all questions, and don't pay anything until you start treatment.

02

Meet Your Care Team

Talk through your personalized treatment plan. Connect from anywhere via video call on your phone, tablet, or computer.

03

Begin At-Home Treatment

Manage withdrawal, ease cravings, and prevent relapse with Suboxone. Access ongoing support from your care team - always remote, always on your terms.

Am i a candidate?
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The science is clear

Suboxone is the most effective treatment for opioid use disorder.

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the gold standard of care for opioid use disorder according to the UN, CDC, NIH, SAMHSA, and AMA.

MAT reduces overdoses by 76%.

Rehab without medication fails 90% of the time.

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Frequently asked questions

Does Ophelia accept insurance?

Yes - we work with a growing set of insurance plans, including AmeriHealth Caritas, Keystone First Health Plan, Fidelis, Empire BCBS, Highmark BCBS, Humana, Anthem CT, Geisinger Health Plan, and United Mine Workers Association. You may have a copay, coinsurance, deductible, or other financial responsibility as required by your insurance, which our care team will communicate to you during treatment.

If you don't have insurance or we aren't in-network with your plan, we have a transparent and easy out-of-pocket pricing plan: $195 per month. This covers all of your visits each month. Read more about Ophelia's pricing and what's included here.

We also offer financial assistance to a portion of our patients who qualify. Determinations are made on a case-by-case basis for those with demonstrated financial need. Please contact us at support@ophelia.com or (215) 585-2144 for more information about our financial assistance program.

What medications does Ophelia prescribe?

At the moment, Ophelia clinicians primarily prescribe Suboxone or the generic buprenorphine / naloxone. We can also prescribe medication for symptoms related to withdrawal during induction, such as nausea or trouble sleeping. We do not currently prescribe ongoing medication for anxiety or depression.

Is Ophelia private?

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.

For more information, text us at (215) 585-2144

Whether you pay with insurance or cash, we guarantee your patient status will be kept confidential

We accept a growing number of insurance carriers

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No insurance or we aren't in-network? We have transparent out-of-pocket pricing

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All Ophelia clinician visits via video calls

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Ongoing support from the dedicated Ophelia care team

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Suboxone management

Ophelia makes our patients happier

Hundreds of patients in Pennsylvania work with Ophelia to feel like their best self
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Rachel E.

Five stars, 3 months ago

"Thank you for not making this super weird like rehab. This program is literally amazing."

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Kevin M.

Five stars, 2 months ago

"The people I’ve got to speak with have been so understanding, patient, and calming that it makes me feel not alone."

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Devon Y.

Five stars, 5 months ago

"You guys truly saved me and continue to save my life. I'm starting to feel important – not just to others, but to myself."

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Sandra C.

Five stars, 5 months ago

"I cannot stress how awesome I feel, from when I wake up until bedtime."

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