Pittsburgh, PA – Bevel Health Medical Group is proud to announce the launch of its new low-cost addiction treatment program. With a focus on affordability and accessibility, this program aims to make quality addiction treatment available to a wider range of individuals in need, particularly those residing in West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania who are struggling with opioid addiction.
The program offers Suboxone and Subutext treatment, which are effective medications used to manage opioid addiction. Through telemedicine and telehealth, individuals can receive treatment from the comfort of their own homes without the need for in-person visits. This is particularly important for individuals who live in rural or remote areas where access to addiction treatment may be limited.
“The opioid epidemic has affected countless families and communities throughout the country, and we believe that everyone should have access to high-quality addiction treatment,” said Rashid Williams, Managing Partner of Bevel Health Medical Group. “Our low-cost treatment program offers an affordable option for those who are seeking help but may be unable to afford traditional treatment methods.”
Bevel Health Medical Group’s online platform allows individuals to access treatment on their own schedule and in a manner that is convenient for them. Patients can connect with a medical professional online, receive a prescription for medication, and have their medication delivered directly to their door.
“We understand that addiction treatment can be costly and time-consuming, which is why we have created a program that is both affordable and accessible,” said Williams. “Our goal is to remove any barriers that prevent individuals from getting the help they need and from making treatment a reality for all.”
In addition to offering affordable and accessible treatment options, Bevel Health Medical Group is committed to providing high-quality addiction treatment to those in need. Their team of medical professionals is dedicated to helping individuals overcome addiction and achieve long-term recovery.
“We understand that addiction is a chronic disease that requires ongoing treatment and support,” said Williams. “Our program is designed to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety by providing personalized care and support throughout the recovery process.”
Bevel Health Medical Group is currently accepting new patients for their low-cost addiction treatment program. To learn more about the program or to schedule a consultation, visit their website at www.bevelhealth.com or contact them at 500 Grant St. Suite 2900, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.