Suboxone Treatment Near Houston, Texas

Bicycle Health offers Medication Assisted Treatment in Houston, Texas to help people struggling with opioid use disorder. This treatment provides relief for opioid withdrawals and long term maintenance treatment.

We typically prescribe a formulation of Buprenorphine/Naloxone (Suboxone) and provide free only support groups and mental health services.

100% online appointments
Medication often filled same-day
Most insurance accepted

RX Only: See important safety information about Suboxone

SUBOXONE is indicated for the treatment of opioid dependence in adults. SUBOXONE should not be taken by individuals who have been shown to be hypersensitive to buprenorphine or naloxone as serious adverse reactions, including anaphylactic shock, have been reported.  Taking SUBOXONE with other opioid medicines, benzodiazepines, alcohol, or other central nervous system depressants can cause breathing problems that can lead to coma and death.  Other side-effects may include headaches, nausea, vomiting, constipation, insomnia, pain, increased sweating, sleepiness, dizziness, coordination problems, physical dependence or abuse, and liver problems. For more information about SUBOXONE, see, the full Prescribing Information, and Medication Guide or talk to your healthcare provider.  You are encouraged to report negative side effects of drugs to the FDA. Visit or call 1-800-FDA-1088.

Providers We Work With in Houston, Texas Include:

Self-pay also available. See Pricing. Don’t see your provider? Schedule a free call to check your coverage.

3 Easy Steps to Getting Suboxone Online in Houston, Texas

Step 1

A Quick, Free Call

We’ll chat with you about your situation to make sure our program right for you and answer any questions you have.
Step 2

Your First Appointment

You’ll meet your medical provider and receive your full treatment plan to help with opioid dependance.
Step 3

Suboxone, the Same Day

If you and your provider decide Suboxone is a good fit, pick up your prescription same-day at a nearby pharmacy.

Enrollment Hours

8:00am - 9:00pm CST

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The Benefits of Online Suboxone Treatment in Houston, Texas

At Bicycle Health, we understand what a difficult decision it can be to take the first step toward recovery. And we also understand that there are many barriers to treatment, including busy schedules, geography, and transportation. That’s why we offer an online Houston, Texas Suboxone clinic that increases access to quality care.


With online Suboxone treatment in Houston, Texas, you can access your care from wherever you are most comfortable.

Your virtual treatment, which is offered through our secure app, is 100% private and confidential.
We offer flexibility in both your schedule and treatment plan, allowing you to schedule appointments when it works for you.
Less Wait Times
Unlike many in-office Suboxone doctors, you can get seen by a provider almost right away.
Robust Suppport
Our online support groups provide you with peer encouragement and guidance and increase your chances of sustained recovery.
Top Doctors

We have some of the best online Suboxone doctors in Houston, Texas and beyond, who provide you with compassionate, evidence-based care.

Insurance Coverage
We accept most major insurance providers and work directly with them to ensure you get the most out of your coverage.
Lower Cost

Without the massive overhead to cover, our telehealth services offer lower prices than traditional Suboxone clinics in Houston.

Same-Day Prescriptions
Over 95% of our prescriptions are filled the same day, allowing you to get the care you need quickly.
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Bicycle Health offers Medication Assisted Treatment to help people stop using opioids. This treatment provides instant relief for opioid withdrawals and long term maintenance treatment. We typically prescribe a formulation of Buprenorphine/Naloxone (Suboxone) and provide free online support groups and mental health services.

Meet your Suboxone doctor over video from your home. After a thorough medical evaluation, the doctor will choose the right care plan for you to help you stop your opioid use.

Bicycle Health is the perfect fit if you are looking for convenient Suboxone treatment near you.

“I don't have to wake up every morning, drive to a clinic, wait in line or worry about missing work for appointments.”
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The Opioid Epidemic in Houston, Texas

The opioid epidemic in Houston, Texas, is a significant public health crisis, exacerbated by the widespread availability and misuse of opioids, including prescription painkillers and illicit substances like heroin and fentanyl. 

In response, local authorities have implemented various initiatives to combat the issue. For example, the Houston Health Department's FRONTLINES+ program aims to equip first responders with naloxone, a life-saving medication for opioid overdoses. Additionally, community education efforts focus on raising awareness about the dangers of opioids and promoting prevention and treatment resources​.

Key Statistics on Opioid Use in Houston

  • One opioid-related death occurs every 32 hours in Houston.
  • 399 people died from opioid-related overdoses in Harris County in 2022.
  • Houston emergency services receive up to 100 reports of opioid overdoses monthly.
  • Over 75% of drug overdose deaths occur within the Houston city limits.

Opioid Overdose Statistics in Houston

  • One opioid-related death occurs every 32 hours in Houston.
  • An average of 28 people die from opioid-related overdoses per month in Harris County.
  • In 2022, at least 339 people died from opioid-related overdoses in Harris County, up from 321 the previous year.
  • Houston Police and Fire departments receive 50-100 reports of opioid overdoses monthly.
  • Approximately 1 in 3 to 4 of these overdose calls result in fatalities.
  • From 2006 to 2011, there was an increase in opioid prescriptions during ED visits for patients aged 18-64 years.

Demographic Data & Insights

  • The average age of people who experience drug overdoses in Houston is 44.
  • Unemployed people have an increased risk of fatal heroin overdoses.
  • Homelessness is associated with increased overdose risk, especially among veterans.
  • Low education is associated with a higher risk of prescription opioid overdose and mortality.
  • Young adults (18-25) have the highest rates of opioid misuse and opioid use disorder (OUD).
  • Men are more likely to use and become dependent on opioids.
  • Adults between 25 and 54 are disproportionately affected by prescription opioid mortality.
  • Opioid overdose deaths among Hispanic Texas increased by 328% between 1999 and 2020.

Common Opioids & Changing Trends

  • Opioid overdose rates have risen since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020.
  • Calls for opioid incidents to the Houston Fire Department increased from 40-60 per month in early 2019 to 140-160 per month in early 2022.
  • Hispanic Texans face disproportionate impacts, with opioid overdose deaths increasing 328% between 1999 and 2020.

State Funds & Resource Allocation

  • The Houston Emergency Response Opioid Engagement System (HEROES) offers a comprehensive approach to treatment and research.
    • Distribute lifesaving medication to people experiencing homelessness and those leaving the Harris County Jail
    • Home outreach to individuals who have experienced opioid overdoses
    • Rapid initiation of addiction treatment medication in emergency departments
    • Intensive behavioral and peer support services for people with OUD
  • The Texas Targeted Opioid Response (TTOR) initiative at Houston Recovery Center offers many services.
    • Narcan training and access for overdose prevention
    • MAT
    • 18 months of free recovery assistance
  • Project Reach focuses on vulnerable populations, providing free trauma counseling, substance use recovery programs, and health screenings for HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

Resource & Support Groups in Houston

  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in Houston
  • SMART Recovery meetings in Houston
  • The Houston Recovery Center
    • Address: 150 N. Chenevert St., Houston, TX 77002
  • Best Recovery Health Care Inc.
    • 9211 S. Main St., Houston, TX 77025
  • Toxicology Associates Inc.
    • 530 N. Sam Houston Pkway E. #112, Houston, TX 77060
  • Substance Disorders Treatment Program at Michael E. DeBakey Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    • 2002 Holcombe Boulevard, Houston, TX 77030-4211
Houston Suboxone Clinic

Frequently Asked Questions

Do telehealth Suboxone doctors accept most insurance in Houston?

Yes, telehealth Suboxone doctors, such as Bicycle Health, accept most insurances in Houston, including private insurers like Aetna and Cigna and public health insurance providers like Medicare and Medicaid.

Do online Suboxone doctors accept Medicaid in Houston?

Yes, online Suboxone doctors typically accept Medicaid in Houston, although you’ll want to double check before choosing a specific telehealth clinic.

At Bicycle Health, we proudly accept Medicaid in .

What is the cost of Suboxone in Houston pharmacies?

The cost of buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) varies based on your insurance. Most Medicare and private insurance companies DO cover generic buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone), though may specify the formulation (film vs tab) and set dose limits. The best way to find out is to contact your insurance company.

If you do not have insurance, the cost can vary based on the prescribed dose. Patients unable to afford buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) (regardless of insurance coverage) can apply for cost-assistance. The company that makes Suboxone offers this type of program to help reduce out-of-pocket expenses. To learn more, go to: inSupport program.

You can also get discounted buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) using pharmacy coupons or cash prizes. If you go to the GoodRx website (, you can enter in your zip code and find coupons and discounts at your pharmacy of choice. (On average, if you use GoodRx coupons/discounts, you can slash the typical price of generic Suboxone film from $395 to $118).

Can addiction medicine doctors prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) online in Houston?

Yes, because of COVID-19, our addiction medicine doctors can write Suboxone prescriptions online. Before COVID-19, doctors who prescribed buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) were required to see each patient in person before writing that patient’s first Suboxone prescription. The in-person requirements were mandated by a law called the “Ryan Haight Act” which was passed by Congress in 2008. But because of the COVID-19 emergency, providers like the ones at Bicycle Health can write Suboxone prescriptions based on telehealth visits only. This eliminates the need for in-person visits for people who want to start treatment online with buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone). The ability for addiction medicine doctors to prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) to patients who start treatment after the COVID-19 emergency eventually ends is still up in the air. We are currently waiting for guidance from the federal government about whether addiction medicine doctors will continue to be able to write Suboxone prescriptions to new patients without an in-person visit once the COVID-19 emergency ends.

Is it legal to get a online Suboxone prescription in Houston?

Yes! As long as you are getting buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) from a physician or physician assistant with a license to prescribe Suboxone, it is perfectly legal to get Suboxone prescription online. Providers who can prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) have received extra training and obtained a waiver (known as an “x” license) from the DEA. 

Before you are prescribed buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone), you will need to undergo an initial medical evaluation so that the doctor can ensure that it is an appropriate medication for you, though this does not require an in-person visit and can be done via telehealth (with video or telephone). 

Once you have completed this assessment, the doctor will send a prescription to your preferred pharmacy. So, yes! You can find a licensed buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) provider online and they can get you started on it via telehealth services without any in-person appointments.

Why should I choose a telehealth clinic over an in-person Suboxone clinic in Houston?

It’s easy to schedule an appointment with the addiction medicine doctors at Bicycle Health and our website will check your cost at the same time. To see if we are available in your area and to make your first appointment, visit our scheduling tool here.

Is there a public assistance program for addiction recovery in Houston?

If you would like more support around addiction or mental health, SAMHSA’s national helpline (1-800-662-HELP/4357) is available 24/7, 365 days a year. It is a free and confidential service that can direct individuals or families to further treatment options. For example, if you need a detox program, an inpatient program, a dual diagnosis program (that treats both addiction AND mental health), an intensive outpatient program, if you would like to find a methadone clinic, or find a buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) provider based on your location, they can help direct you or your loved ones to the most appropriate next steps in treatment.

How do I get treatment for opioid dependance in Houston?

  1. Buprenorphine/naloxone (Subxone) which is available in outpatient clinics (at your primary care doctor’s office or a psychiatrist’s office)
  2. Naloxone (Vivitrol) which is available in outpatient clinics (at your primary care doctor’s office or a psychiatrist’s office)
  3. Methadone, which is available only through methadone clinics

If you are interested in Buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) offered entirely through telehealth services, visit To get help on finding other treatment options and levels of care (such as inpatient programs, intensive outpatient programs/IOPs, residential programs, and methadone clinics), call the SAMHSA  helpline at:

1-800-662-HELP (4357).

Are online addiction medicine doctors legitimate?

The short answer is, “yes, online addiction medicine doctors are legitimate.” The longer answer is that the online addiction medicine providers at Bicycle Health have at least as much training and experience as in-person addiction medicine doctors. And because Bicycle Health treats patients across the country, our online doctors meet the highest national standards. Our doctors have trained at some of the best medical residency programs and medical schools in the country including Harvard, Johns Hopkins, University of Pennsylvania, University of Arizona, University of Kentucky, and many others. Numerous studies have shown that online addiction medicine is at least as good as in-person clinics, and has even better results than in-person clinics for many patients. 
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Bicycle Health Suboxone Clinic

700 Milam, Ste 100, Room 13071, Houston, TX 77002
Phone Number: (346) 214-1790
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