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Cocaine addiction treatment via telehealth

Get expert medical care, motivation, and therapy to help you quit cocaine or crack, all from your phone.

The latest science and technology to help you quit

83% of Workit members receiving treatment for opioid use disorder find success. People who want to stop using cocaine have been seeking the same quality of care, and now it is available.

Workit Health’s program for stimulant use disorder is uniquely suited to the specific needs of people who are struggling with cocaine. Our care team unites medication for commonly co-occurring issues with behavioral health support and contingency management to help you get into long-term recovery without having to go away for treatment.

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A  high percentage of people who struggle with cocaine also struggle with anxiety, depression, or insomnia. 

Studies show that the medications used to treat these commonly co-occurring issues may also reduce cravings for cocaine and increase periods of abstinence from drugs. 

Real motivation through real rewards

Contingency management is an evidence-based practice that promotes behavior change using real-life incentives. Research has proven this type of intervention is helpful in treating stimulant use disorder.

Workit’s innovative program for treating cocaine use also includes the latest in behavioral science, including video sessions for recovery groups and skills-based online courses, which focus on supporting lasting behavior change.

Venn diagram showing the components of treatment for stimulants: Clinical Care, Behavioral Therapies, and Contingency Management

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Cocaine Treatment FAQs

Does Workit offer clinical care for cocaine use now?

Yes! Workit Health providers are thrilled to offer the nation’s first program offering virtual medical care, therapy, and contingency management for stimulant use disorder, which includes cocaine and crack. 

Is clinical treatment for cocaine use available in my area?

Although Workit’s program is 100% virtual, we’re only available in specific states based on where our providers are licensed to provide care. Review our available locations in the list below to see if we’re in your state.

What medications are prescribed to treat cocaine use?

There is no medication that has been FDA-approved to treat stimulant use disorders, but studies suggest that medications commonly used to treat co-occurring issues like insomnia, depression, and anxiety can also reduce cravings for cocaine. 

What else does the program include?

Not everyone will need or want medication—and that’s okay. The program includes recovery groups with others who understand. It also includes contingency management, or real-life rewards for staying on track with your goals.

How long does the program last?

Although the length of time spent in the program varies based on each individual’s treatment goals, we recommend working with your care team for a minimum of three months to help stabilize you in recovery.

Are there any side effects of medications prescribed for cocaine and co-occurring disorders?

Even if rare, side effects are possible with all medications, and it is important to be aware of them. Please see below for information regarding medications that may be prescribed to you by your clinician if appropriate:
For information about bupropion and its side effects, click here.
For information about naltrexone and its side effects, click here.
For information about mirtazapine and its side effects, click here.
For information about topiramate and its side effects, click here.
For information about citalopram and its side effects, click here.

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