Opioid Treatment Program

We provide convenient, compassionate, and affordable healthcare to all Suboxone patients.

Why are we your best choice?

  • Convenient. Complete your medication visits by telehealth from anywhere. Our goal is to help you help yourself without interfering with your work or home life.

  • Compassionate. We are an established family practice dedicated to treating all patients with equal respect and care.

  • Experienced. Our providers have more than twenty years of experience helping people in recovery.

  • Affordable. We accept most commercial insurance and have an affordable self-pay rate.

How to Get Started with Apple Ridge Family Medicine


If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction to prescription painkillers or heroin, (a.k.a. opioids), our Suboxone program can help.

Suboxone is a prescription-only medication used to treat opioid dependency. We carefully prescribe this treatment to eligible patients and offer counseling and support services to help in their recovery.

Please call (717) 334-8165 for more information. Our program is available to a limited number of patients at a time; participation will require a brief evaluation.

 

New Patient Form


If you are a newly accepted applicant, please complete the secure online form. After we receive your online form submission, our staff will be in contact to schedule an appointment.

If we do not accept your insurance, a self-pay option is available at an affordable rate.

We Can Help


Please call (717) 334-8165 for more information. Our program is available to a limited number of patients at a time; participation will require a brief evaluation.

 

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Suboxone Practitioners

A Board Certified Family Physician since 2005, Dr. Talbot Smith provides comprehensive and preventative healthcare to his patients. He earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.

A Board Certified Family Physician since 2005, Dr. Nora Olson earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.