Medication-Assisted Treatment for Alcohol Use with the Confidant Health App

You don’t have to go through this alone.

Medication-assisted therapy (MAT) consists of medications combined with counseling and behavioral therapy to provide a "whole-patient" treatment approach to substance use disorder. In addition, other health conditions should also be addressed during treatment. To ensure the safety and efficacy of the medications used in MAT, they are all FDA-approved and prescriptions are individually tailored to each patient.

With the Confidant Health app, you can access expert help for medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Download the app now, and we can help you right away.

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Confidant Health’s Medication Assisted Treatment Options

Opioid Help
At-home, virtual, and medication-assisted opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment through Buprenorphine and Naltrexone.
Alcohol Help
Manage alcohol cravings through our combined virtual and medication-assisted (Gabapentin, Acamprosate, Disulfiram) treatment.

The Confidant Health Process

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The Confidant Health App
Whether you download the app or call our hotline, the Confidant team will make sure that we attend to your needs right away.
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Enrollment Call
The Confidant app will connect you to our virtual office manager who’ll direct and orient you about all treatment options available.
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First Virtual Appointment
Our virtual office manager will set you up with a clinician or a counselor/therapist, depending on your needs.
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Post-Virtual Appointment
The assigned clinician or counselor/therapist will make recommendations on how you can best engage with the Confidant app and care team.
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Chat with Alfie
Should you have any other concerns, questions, or suggestions, you can always send a message to Alfie, Confidant’s Chatbot, and we’ll try to respond to them right away

Get on the path to recovery with Confidant Health’s medication assisted therapy.


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