Only a doctor that has seen you can prescribe this.
Anything else, to be very frank, is a felony.
Your family doctor is responsible for your treatment.
Any family doctor that prescribes clonazapam basically is required to have a doctor covering his patients.
I would call and ask his practice who this is.
If not, and since this is a drug that can put you into withdrawal if stopped abruptly then
I would have a problem with this doctor in terms of patient abandonment.
Call the health department and find out where the walk in clinics are.
Your doctor, even if out of town, can legally call in a refill.
Worst case scenario, if you go into withdrawl, the ER is legally bound to help you in that emergency situation.
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