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Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Help with the Confidant Health App

You don’t have to go through this alone.

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) treats drug use disorders comprehensively using medication and often pariting it counseling and behavioral therapy. Some people struggling with opioid use disorders (OUD) may benefit from medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which can involve administering drugs with counseling and other behavioral therapies.

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

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Opioid Help
At-home, virtual, and medication-assisted opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment through Buprenorphine and Naltrexone.
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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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Answer Meaningful Questions About Yourself
Tell us about your goals, values, activities and feelings.
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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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Letter to Loved Ones

Addiction impacts the whole family. That’s why we offer services for everyone in recovery. Loved ones don’t need to struggle alone.

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