Medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder

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By Workit Health Content Team

Medically Reviewed by Juhi Bhatt, PA-C

Reviewed: March 1, 2022

Reduce alcohol cravings with medication via telehealth

Naltrexone

Naltrexone is proven to help reduce alcohol cravings in order to assist people in decreasing or quitting alcohol usage.

Campral

Campral (acamprosate) is proven to reduce cravings and other negative effects one may experience after stopping alcohol usage.

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The right care when
you need it most

Effective addiction care isn’t one-size-fits-all. Workit Health clinicians provide personalized treatment that is tailored to your own life and goals. Our program brings the gold standard of substance use treatment to the privacy of home.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Like many other conditions, opioid and alcohol addictions are best treated with medication and therapeutic support.

100% Virtual Online Treatment

Our clinicians, coaches, and therapists help members develop a specialized recovery program based on specific goals and guide group therapy sessions.

Discreet, Affordable, and Evidence-Based

Communicate with our dedicated addiction care team through the safe and secure HIPAA-compliant app.

Questions about treatment or pricing?

Medication-assisted treatment available in many states

With multiple clinic locations around the country, we are working to make the best care available for you

Online coaching available nationwide.

Medication-assisted treatment available in many states

With multiple clinic locations around the country, we are working to bring the very best care to you.

Online coaching available nationwide.

 

Real people,
real results

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Questions about our treatment or pricing?

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