Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
A critical medication for preventing opioid overdose deaths will now be available on store shelves nationwide, no prescription needed.
Substance use disorders frequently co-occur with this mood disorder, which impacts around 7 million American adults. But have hope: Today, both are more treatable than ever.
Narcan, the lifesaving overdose prevention medication, may soon be available over the counter, and a vaccine against fentanyl is in development. Read up!
In a new All Sober roundtable discussion, the two joined All Sober EVP Maeve O'Neill and journalist Kathleen Koch for a frank conversation about stigma, sentencing and Suboxone.
On this day of remembrance and action, learn how everyone can help prevent overdoses and end the stigma.
The non-habit-forming medication can be highly effective in combating addiction to opioids and alcohol. Read up on it.
Addiction can be incredibly difficult to escape, but this Psych Hub video provides a handy, accessible overview of the many options for getting help for yourself or a loved one.
There are now easy-to-find counseling and medication-assisted recovery options if you’re uninsured or tight on cash, says All Sober’s Maeve O’Neill.
Everything you should know about medications to treat opioid and alcohol use disorder: An explainer on methadone, naloxone and more.
Do I need detox? And how is treatment different? We break down how both can be crucial in recovery from addiction.
This medication can save lives in the emergency treatment of suspected opioid overdose. Learn more about naloxone (aka Narcan).
The bottom line: Medications for opioid overdose, withdrawal and addiction are safe, effective and save lives. Learn what they are and how they work.