Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
FDA-approved medication can be an integral part of a treatment plan. At Workit Health, medication is available for opioid and alcohol use disorders.
Buprenorphine (Suboxone) reduces the risk of fatal overdose by 38%-62%*
Learn about Workit Health’s outcomes with telehealth MAT
The facts about MAT
MAT isn’t recovery
Recovery looks different for different people. Studies show that people who take medication for alcohol or opioid use disorder increase their likelihood of long-term recovery.
If you use fentanyl,
MAT isn’t an option
People who use fentanyl can and do recover with the support of MAT, including Suboxone.
There’s no MAT for alcohol use disorder
The FDA has approved three medications for alcohol use disorder. They work best in conjunction with behavioral health support, and help people moderate or quit drinking.
MAT is recovery
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