Ophelia membership does not cover the cost of medication (e.g. Suboxone), but the good news is medication for opioid use disorder is covered by most insurance — with a small co-pay.
If you don't have insurance or would prefer to pay for the medication out of pocket, you'd be responsible for the full cost of the medication.
Please also note that we charge a $50 fee for all visits that are no-showed or not canceled/rescheduled within 24 hours of the scheduled start time.
At Ophelia, we believe in providing premium care, privacy and as much support as is needed at a price you can afford.
Monthly cost with Ophelia
Monthly visits with a private doctor
Monthly supply of Suboxone purchased on the street
1 year of outpatient rehab treatment
Currently, Ophelia is only licensed to see patients who reside in Pennsylvania.
An Ophelia provider that is committed to our mission of privacy. Currently, Ophelia is able to see patients via telemedicine due to DEA Policy around COVID-19. For more information, see DEA Policy: Use of Telephone Evaluations to Initiate Buprenorphine Prescribing.
Absolutely. Your privacy is our priority.
No, America wants you to get well. We make sure that all the rules are followed on your behalf, so you never have to worry.
No, you will never be forced to do anything!