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Treatment from home to quit stimulants​

Recover from methamphetamine, cocaine, and other stimulants. Non-judgmental evidence-based care, mental and emotional support, and human connection—entirely through your phone. 

83% of Workit Health members seeking treatment for opioid use disorder succeed.
Now that same care is offered for those battling methamphetamine, cocaine, and prescription stimulants.

The latest science and technology to help you quit

Common co-occuring issues:

Stimulant Treatment FAQs

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. 

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.

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.

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 more information on side effects:

Bupropion side effects
Naltrexone side effects
Mirtazapine side effects
Topiramate side effects
Citalopram side effects

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