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Medication Information
Medication Information

After enrolling in a Monument treatment plan, whether it's Physician Care or Total Care, you'll be matched with a licensed physician. Based on an initial video call with your physician, they may prescribe either naltrexone or disulfiram based on your medical history, goals, and preferences. Then, pending a prescription, your medication will be sent to your pharmacy of choice. As a default, we will send your prescription to Amazon Pharmacy, which delivers your medication right to your door. If you’d prefer to send your prescription to another pharmacy, you can do so by updating your preferences here. The cost of medication is not included in your plan, but may be covered by your medical insurance. On average, 30 days of daily medication is under $40 per month without insurance and is a fraction of the cost with insurance coverage.
Medication is always optional. 

How often is naltrexone generally taken?

Hi friends,

I'm interested in possibly signing up for a physician plan and looking at naltrexone. I was curious how the dosage works.

Is this something I'll need to be taking daily? Or is it just something I'd take on... (More)

New member with a question

I have only joined Monument exploring sources of help, but have not signed up for a weekly program. I am still looking at the side effects of the medications and thinking about the immediate future.

Can I join in on/experience... (More)

Disulfiram (antabuse) Experiences?

Hello,

Just wondering if anyone has information they would like to share about utilizing disulfiram to help with recovery. I have researched medication assisted therapy and disulfiram was the most appealing to me due to my motivation to quit, but... (More)

FAQ ❓: what's the deal with medication to support sobriety or moderation?

Good question! 💊 Many people haven't heard about medication options to change the way you drink. Have you? Currently, less than 9% of people who would be good candidates for medication are prescribed it. We're hoping to raise awareness about... (More)