Telehealth treatment for meth and cocaine

Receive medical care, motivation, and therapy to help you quit stimulants, all from your phone.


Telehealth treatment for meth and cocaine

Receive medication and support to help you quit stimulants, 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. Now we’re bringing that same quality of care to people who struggle with methamphetamine, cocaine, and prescription stimulants.

Our program is built for the specific needs of people who are struggling with stimulants. We combine medication for commonly co-occurring issues with online therapy and contingency management to help you make lasting change from the privacy of home.


Prescriptions to your local pharmacy

Most people who struggle with stimulants like meth and cocaine also struggle with anxiety, depression, or insomnia. 

Studies suggest that the medications used to treat these commonly co-occurring issues can reduce cravings for meth and increase periods of abstinence from stimulants. 

Real motivation through real rewards

Contingency management encourages behavior change through real-life incentives. Research has proven this type of intervention is helpful in treating stimulant use disorder.

Workit’s innovative program for methamphetamine and cocaine use also includes the latest in behavioral science, with virtual one-on-one and group therapy sessions focused on lasting behavior change.

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

Questions about treatment or pricing?

Stimulant Treatment FAQs

Does Workit offer clinical care for stimulant use now?

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

Is clinical care for stimulant use available in my area?

Although Workit’s program is 100% virtual,  we’re available in specific states based on where our affiliated providers are licensed to provide care. Review our available locations to see if we’re in your state. If we’re not in your state yet, join our waitlist and be notified when we’re in your area.

What medications are prescribed for methamphetamine use?

No medication is FDA-approved to treat stimulant use disorders, but studies show that medications commonly used to treat co-occurring issues like insomnia, depression, and anxiety can also reduce cravings for stimulants. 

What else does the program include?

Not everyone will need or want medication—and that’s okay. The program includes recovery groups and one-on-one sessions with licensed therapists. 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 at least three months.

Are there any side effects of these medications?

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:
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.

Clinical 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.

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