Online alcohol treatment from home
Non-judgmental treatment for alcohol use disorder with therapeutic support and human connection—entirely through your phone. Get help for alcohol addiction without going away to treatment.
How does online alcohol rehab work?
Reduce alcohol cravings with medication via telehealth
FDA-approved medications support recovery and relieve alcohol cravings to help you quit drinking.
Frequently asked questions
Can naltrexone help me drink less?
Yes, for most people
Alcohol use disorder has historically been really hard to treat. In the past, the only option was 12-step programs, which can be effective but don’t work for everybody. Today, naltrexone is a medication that we can use that helps with the cravings for alcohol. It’s easy to take, and there are few side effects. It’s quite effective in helping people to avoid picking up that first drink.
Dr. Kevin Armington
Workit Physician, Board Member of Office of Alcoholism and Substance Use Services
What can I expect from the program?
Physical, emotional, and mental support
You’ll meet with a clinician who listens. Then in Shared Medical Appointments, you’ll get support from that provider, other Workit Health members, and the behavioral health team. You’re not going to feel alone out there. We have groups you join and courses that you can do that are fun and not like being in school. It’s supportive. It’s a little something you carry in your pocket.
Workit Physician Assistant, VP of Medical Practice, Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University PA Program
Is telemedicine an effective way to treat addiction?
With telemedicine, you can get the treatment that you need from the comfort of your home. Not everyone can find a babysitter to get to get to a treatment center. Workit Health was one of the first innovative programs to offer telehealth even before COVID. I love being able to reach out to people who need help wherever they are.
Head of Behavioral Health, Master's of Social Work from University of Michigan
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