Addiction Recovery Medicine
The journey to recovery is not a quick or easy process. We can provide support during your recovery process.
Several medications are used in the treatment and maintenance of opioid use, alcohol use, and other disorders and behavioral health conditions. We make the process of getting your medications as simple and easy as possible.
We offer free ground shipping directly to your home and will remind you when you need to visit your doctor for continued medication treatment. We pride ourselves in offering extensive and supportive counseling on the appropriate use of your medications, so you have the highest likelihood of success on your journey to recovery.
How to get Started
Let your current prescriber know that you would like to use CompreCare to fill your prescriptions.
You can either have your doctor contact us or you can give us their contact information and we can contact them.
We also offer Narcan and Naloxone nasal sprays for order online.
Naloxone is covered by most insurances, and can be purchased with HSA, FSA, and pharmacy discount cards. We have doctors that can write the script quickly and easily.
Patient Ordering/Naloxone FAQs
- Contact us with your and your doctor’s information.
- We will contact your doctor for documentation and prepare your prescription (Rx).
- Prescription (Rx) is shipped when all required documentation is received, both yours, and your doctor’s.
Controlled substances are not shipped to patients automatically. Call us at our toll-free number, 1-888-644-8326 or locally at (304) 525-1222 when you are ready for refills so we can speak to you before dispensing your prescriptions. We will confirm your order and let you know when you should expect them.
Services include access to our expert pharmacist for advice, support, and counseling. These sessions can be on an appointment basis if needed.
CompreCare Rx is not your typical pharmacy. We are a full-service pharmacy specializing in the treatment for those who suffer from addiction. We offer free delivery, support for insurance coverage, prior authorization support, 24/7 customer support, coordination services with specialty nursing, translational services and many more benefits that allow better outcomes for patients.
Yes, we do accept insurance. Please contact us at our toll-free number, 1-888-644-8326 or locally at (304) 525-1222 to verify insurance eligibility.
When you order with us, standard ground shipping is always free on new orders and refills. If you must partial your script due to finance issues, shipping a second time will require a $20 fee for ground shipping. Expedited shipping is available for an additional cost.
Your medication will arrive in a discreet tamper-evident package. This means that no one but you will know what’s inside.
Medications that are refrigerated are sent via overnight services and packed with substantial freezer packs to assure that your medications maintain the correct environmental temperatures.
While we do not need a home address for shipping, you will need to provide a physical address for your 911 records. If your order is not shipping to your home address, you must fill out a shipping waiver of liability. Orders can also be shipped to PO Boxes; however, these orders take an additional processing day.
Whichever method you choose, we will let you know as soon as your medication is on the way to your chosen address and keep track of it to make sure it arrives safely and quickly to you.
Products that do not require prescriptions can be shipped for free using standard shipping, anywhere within the continental US. We also ship to Puerto Rico and the USVI for an additional cost. Products that require prescriptions can only shipped to any of these states in blue below:
CompreCare’s pharmacy business hours are Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team is available on call 24 hours, 7 days a week to answer all your questions. Simply call our toll-free number, 1-888-644-8326 or locally at (304) 525-1222 to get in touch with pharmacy staff. If not an emergency, you may also contact us via email at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Sharps containers designed for needle disposal are available for purchase at CompreCare. Most insurances do not cover the cost of sharps containers; therefore, CompreCare does not supply these containers automatically with your order.
If you don’t want to purchase a sharps container, we recommend you use the alternative method for needle disposal described below.
How to use an empty laundry detergent bottle to dispose of needles:
- Find a hard plastic empty laundry detergent bottle that has a safe and easy to close lid.
- On the outside of the bottle, write “Sharps Container: DO NOT RECYCLE,” in permanent marker. You can use this bottle as your sharps container until it is about three-quarters of the way full. Make sure not to overfill it!
- Once the container is ready to be disposed of, seal the top of the bottle shut using tape and dispose of it in the regular trash.
These bottles cannot be recycled and must be kept away from children and pets at all times.
If you have any additional questions regarding sharps and the proper disposal of needles or medications, please contact us at our toll-free number, 1-888-644-8326, or locally at (304) 525-1222 and we will assist you.
Our pharmacy staff members can be contacted 24/7 for any questions that you may have. To get in touch with us, call our toll- free number, 1-888-644-8326 or locally at (304) 525-1222. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Naloxone Training/Administration Instructions
How to respond to an overdose using naloxone
Steps to identify and act on an opioid overdose:
Step 1: Identify the overdose and check responsiveness
Opioids can suppress breathing. If someone is not breathing or is struggling to breathe, try calling the person's name and rubbing your knuckles on their chest. If there's still no response, they could be experiencing an overdose.
Signs of overdose:
- blue or pale skin color
- small pinpoint pupils
- low blood pressure
- slow heartbeat
- slow or shallow breathing
- snoring sound
- gasping for air
Step 2: Get help and Call 9-1-1
After identifying an overdose, call for help as quickly as possible. Call 9-1-1. Make sure to say the person is unresponsive and not breathing or struggling to breathe. Give a clear address and location of where you are.
Step 3: Perform Rescue Breathing
Giving oxygen can save someone experiencing an overdose. Perform basic CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation):
- Make sure nothing is in the person's mouth that can block breathing.
- Place one hand on the person's chin and tilt head back. Pinch their nose closed with the other hand.
- Administer 2 slow breaths and look for the person's chest to rise.
- Continue administering 1 breath every 5 seconds until the person starts breathing on their own.
- If the person is still unresponsive after repeating for 30 seconds, you can give naloxone.
Step 4: Administer naloxone
Follow the instructions for the form of naloxone you have - injectable or nasal spray. Don't forget to give rescue breaths while you prepare to administer naloxone.
After administering naloxone, continue giving rescue breaths, 1 breath every 5 seconds. If the person is still unresponsive in 2 to 3 minutes, you can give a second dose of naloxone. Continue breaths until emergency responders arrive.
Step 5: Stay until help arrives
Stay to make sure the person:
- Doesn't go into withdrawal
- Doesn't take more opioids, which could send them back into overdose
- Doesn't go back into overdose and need additional doses of naloxone
- Doesn't experience rapid or irregular heartbeat, chest pain, seizures, sudden stopping of the heart, hallucinations or loss of consciousness, all of which require immediate medical attention
1. World Health Organization. Information Sheet on Opioid Overdose. Available at: http://www.who.int/substance_abuse/information-sheet/en/.
2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guideline for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. Available at: www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/prescribing/guideline.html.
3. West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
Reference: West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
Learn more about opioid treatment options and how to find help through the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
What is medication-assisted treatment? Learn about this life-saving therapy through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Medication-assisted treatment: watch a short clip from the non-profit Pew charitable trusts organization that highlights medication-assisted treatment found here.
Addiction as a health issue: watch a short clip from SAMHSA summarizing why addiction is a disease and not a moral failure found here.
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