Resources for Families and Friends of People Seeking Recovery from Addiction
Columbus, Georgia, United States Community
How Nancy Came to Create a Mobile App from our Indiegogo Campaign
March 10, 2013
Our resources (8,700+ links) are only available on smartphones and tablets. We are trying to get funding for the app for Windows and Chromebook...
Some links for family that have lost someone recently to heroin overdose
January 10, 2015
Our Insurance and Naloxone-Evizio
Saturday, November 22, 2014
We found out that our insurance, Tennesse Rural Health, does not cover Naloxone in any form. We would have had to pay out of pocket $690.99 for Evzio. Kaleo estimates the maximum co-pay is $30 for people covered by insurance..
After January 1st, our insurance may cover Naloxone.
Some insurance does cover Naloxone currently in Tennessee. Tri Care covers people who are on active duty or retired with medical disablities. However, many\r insurance companies will cover Naloxone under Express Scripts, a clearinghouse for prescriptions after January 1st.