Substance Use Therapists in Austin, TX

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Emily Keefer
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ADS
Verified Verified
5 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78746
I specialize in substance use, co-occurring disorders, and spirituality and do both individual and group work with adults.
I believe that all individuals have the capacity to self-heal. A supportive and respectful therapeutic relationship can be the perfect catalyst for growth and change. Through a guided and collaborative approach, we can discover why we fall into the same patterns, often reliving past hurts, and develop practical strategies for choosing to live life differently. By exploring vulnerability and tapping in to our creative, authentic selves, lasting change can occur.
I specialize in substance use, co-occurring disorders, and spirituality and do both individual and group work with adults.
I believe that all individuals have the capacity to self-heal. A supportive and respectful therapeutic relationship can be the perfect catalyst for growth and change. Through a guided and collaborative approach, we can discover why we fall into the same patterns, often reliving past hurts, and develop practical strategies for choosing to live life differently. By exploring vulnerability and tapping in to our creative, authentic selves, lasting change can occur.
(512) 270-2406 View (512) 270-2406
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Lisa Medina
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LCDC
Verified Verified
4 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78731
Waitlist for new clients
I specialize in serving adults living with Substance Use Disorders, trauma and/or mental illness.
My mission is to create hope where there is none and to empower the individuals I work with to find healing. Healing will be defined by YOU - I will operate as an active guide throughout the process. I offer private counseling to individuals and their family members/significant others who are struggling with alcohol and/or drug use. I am able to help craft safety plans, moderation plans or abstinence plans based on your goals. I will assist you to create balance in your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health.
I specialize in serving adults living with Substance Use Disorders, trauma and/or mental illness.
My mission is to create hope where there is none and to empower the individuals I work with to find healing. Healing will be defined by YOU - I will operate as an active guide throughout the process. I offer private counseling to individuals and their family members/significant others who are struggling with alcohol and/or drug use. I am able to help craft safety plans, moderation plans or abstinence plans based on your goals. I will assist you to create balance in your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health.
(512) 271-4304 View (512) 271-4304
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Elene Drakonakis
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78731
Contemplating any change can be daunting, but here you are, reaching out, exploring. Seeing a therapist can be the first step along a new path. Change takes time, and we can go at your pace, walking together on a path you determine. Whether you are looking at a life transition, worried about how substance use is affecting you, grieving a loss or dealing with a chronic illness, together we will begin the process of examining where you are, working together to shift to a place that brings you fulfillment and to help you reach your goals.
Contemplating any change can be daunting, but here you are, reaching out, exploring. Seeing a therapist can be the first step along a new path. Change takes time, and we can go at your pace, walking together on a path you determine. Whether you are looking at a life transition, worried about how substance use is affecting you, grieving a loss or dealing with a chronic illness, together we will begin the process of examining where you are, working together to shift to a place that brings you fulfillment and to help you reach your goals.
(737) 204-2192 View (737) 204-2192
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Amy I. Brent
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78759  (Online Only)
I have also trained with Linda Dimeff, Phd who created the DBT for Substance Use Disorders (SUD) protocol with Marsha Linehan, PhD.
As a Dialectical Behavior Therapist, my goal in individual and group therapy is to help clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, anger outbursts, impulsive and compulsive behaviors. I work with clients to help them learn coping skills to manage these symptoms so they can achieve their goals and build the life they desire. I work closely with my clients to support them in the process of change which can be both difficult and very rewarding.
I have also trained with Linda Dimeff, Phd who created the DBT for Substance Use Disorders (SUD) protocol with Marsha Linehan, PhD.
As a Dialectical Behavior Therapist, my goal in individual and group therapy is to help clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, anger outbursts, impulsive and compulsive behaviors. I work with clients to help them learn coping skills to manage these symptoms so they can achieve their goals and build the life they desire. I work closely with my clients to support them in the process of change which can be both difficult and very rewarding.
(512) 400-2706 View (512) 400-2706
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Robin Elizabeth Remsing
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S
Verified Verified
5 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78746
I have experience with a wide range of mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, suicidality and substance use.
I believe the therapeutic relationship should be authentic and emotionally safe for you. I am practical and honest with feedback and have a laid back and warm approach. I will go at the pace you set and provide insight and encouragement. I will be respectful of your cultural, spiritual and lifestyle choices.
I have experience with a wide range of mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, suicidality and substance use.
I believe the therapeutic relationship should be authentic and emotionally safe for you. I am practical and honest with feedback and have a laid back and warm approach. I will go at the pace you set and provide insight and encouragement. I will be respectful of your cultural, spiritual and lifestyle choices.
(830) 271-2135 View (830) 271-2135
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Joe Dias
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC-S
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78752
Managing life's battles can be overwhelming and inherently all-consuming. I am direct, solution focused and client centered when it comes to working with people who are seeking treatment related to substance use/addiction disorders, family/relational conflict, spiritual questioning centered around trauma, grief or purposeful living, life transitions, case management, marriage and couples counseling as well as working with teens, emerging and aging adults. Our sessions can range from helping manage fear that may cause immobility or clouding our brightest path to addressing coping skills to better navigate relapse, improving communication or building insight to behavior and purpose.
Managing life's battles can be overwhelming and inherently all-consuming. I am direct, solution focused and client centered when it comes to working with people who are seeking treatment related to substance use/addiction disorders, family/relational conflict, spiritual questioning centered around trauma, grief or purposeful living, life transitions, case management, marriage and couples counseling as well as working with teens, emerging and aging adults. Our sessions can range from helping manage fear that may cause immobility or clouding our brightest path to addressing coping skills to better navigate relapse, improving communication or building insight to behavior and purpose.
(512) 488-4220 View (512) 488-4220
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Lee Holley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC, PSS, RSPS
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78731
I specialize in alcohol and other drug-related issues, including addiction, alcohol use, substance use disorders, drug and alcohol problems, treatment trauma, peer support, recovery, co-occurring mental health disorders, and harm reduction.
Alcohol and drug problems can be complicated, but seeking help doesn't have to be. You don't need to "hit rock bottom" to make a change. With a passion for aiding individuals in recovery, those grappling with addiction, and those navigating alcohol or substance use, I have expertise in therapy for alcohol and other drug use, harm reduction, and recovery. You might hate AA and be looking to moderate your alcohol intake, or you might be in long-term recovery but struggling to live "life on life's terms." Whatever your difficulty, I am much more openminded than your typical drug or alcohol counselor.
I specialize in alcohol and other drug-related issues, including addiction, alcohol use, substance use disorders, drug and alcohol problems, treatment trauma, peer support, recovery, co-occurring mental health disorders, and harm reduction.
Alcohol and drug problems can be complicated, but seeking help doesn't have to be. You don't need to "hit rock bottom" to make a change. With a passion for aiding individuals in recovery, those grappling with addiction, and those navigating alcohol or substance use, I have expertise in therapy for alcohol and other drug use, harm reduction, and recovery. You might hate AA and be looking to moderate your alcohol intake, or you might be in long-term recovery but struggling to live "life on life's terms." Whatever your difficulty, I am much more openminded than your typical drug or alcohol counselor.
(512) 980-9380 View (512) 980-9380
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Chantille Rees
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78754
I have experience working with adolescents and adults; specializing in neurodivergence, LGBTQIA+ , substance use, and co-occurring disorders.
I believe the transforming power of psychotherapy begins with a connection between you and I. Our conversations create a safe space for you to explore your life and grow in the confidence of your worth, your aspirations, and your life circumstances. From this awareness comes a deeper knowing of yourself and a more effective "hands on" capacity for dealing thoughtfully and constructively with the challenges of life. Together, we define your goals for therapy, and together we create the path to make these goals your reality.
I have experience working with adolescents and adults; specializing in neurodivergence, LGBTQIA+ , substance use, and co-occurring disorders.
I believe the transforming power of psychotherapy begins with a connection between you and I. Our conversations create a safe space for you to explore your life and grow in the confidence of your worth, your aspirations, and your life circumstances. From this awareness comes a deeper knowing of yourself and a more effective "hands on" capacity for dealing thoughtfully and constructively with the challenges of life. Together, we define your goals for therapy, and together we create the path to make these goals your reality.
(512) 710-1738 View (512) 710-1738
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Kristin Sharp
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-S
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78756
I specialize in working with teens and young adults around the issues of trauma, adoption, substance use, depression, self-harm, family conflict, and life transitions. I know these time periods in life are especially challenging, and no problem is too big or too small for therapy. I am here as a resource to handle the extreme life events, or if you simply need to process. If you are feeling like you don't know what could possibly make life more manageable or how to stop behaviors that are no longer helpful, I can be of help. Teens and young adults are my passion, and I have seen I am able to deeply connect with them.
I specialize in working with teens and young adults around the issues of trauma, adoption, substance use, depression, self-harm, family conflict, and life transitions. I know these time periods in life are especially challenging, and no problem is too big or too small for therapy. I am here as a resource to handle the extreme life events, or if you simply need to process. If you are feeling like you don't know what could possibly make life more manageable or how to stop behaviors that are no longer helpful, I can be of help. Teens and young adults are my passion, and I have seen I am able to deeply connect with them.
(512) 886-9758 View (512) 886-9758
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Bethany Frye
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78747
I am a LCSW, LCDC; I work with adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, motivation, substance use, adjustment disorders, parents struggling with newly diagnosed children, spirituality, and grief/loss.
Whether you are wanting to work on self-worth, gain better coping strategies, or just be heard; I am here to help. I wholeheartedly believe that therapy begins with simply a willingness to improve ourselves. There is no such thing as perfection, but there is such a thing as progress and self-awareness. The best part about therapy is being able to look back at where you began and see just how far you have come.
I am a LCSW, LCDC; I work with adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, motivation, substance use, adjustment disorders, parents struggling with newly diagnosed children, spirituality, and grief/loss.
Whether you are wanting to work on self-worth, gain better coping strategies, or just be heard; I am here to help. I wholeheartedly believe that therapy begins with simply a willingness to improve ourselves. There is no such thing as perfection, but there is such a thing as progress and self-awareness. The best part about therapy is being able to look back at where you began and see just how far you have come.
(737) 234-8095 View (737) 234-8095
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Connor Bowie
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78752
I am a psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma, mental health, and substance use/addiction. My therapeutic approaches are customized to meet your unique needs, all with the overarching goal of guiding you toward a state of wholeness. Drawing from a wealth of experience and expertise, I am confident in my ability to provide assistance at any juncture or direct you toward the most suitable resources
I am a psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma, mental health, and substance use/addiction. My therapeutic approaches are customized to meet your unique needs, all with the overarching goal of guiding you toward a state of wholeness. Drawing from a wealth of experience and expertise, I am confident in my ability to provide assistance at any juncture or direct you toward the most suitable resources
(512) 883-8437 View (512) 883-8437
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Jack Betancourt
Pre-Licensed Professional, LMSW
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78745
I have a wide repertoire, but I specialize in working with individuals and couples on topics like substance use, depression, anxiety, stress, chronic Illness/pain, anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ Issues and identity exploration, grief and life transitions.
I have experience working with diverse clients with a variety of needs. The bulk of my career has been working with LGBTQ+ teens, adults with chronic illnesses, and people who use drugs in harm reduction outreach settings. A through-line in these experiences is recognizing the impact biology as well as its interactions with our social environment has on mental & physical health. As such, I apply a systems approach to understand the factors impacting a client and then leverage client strengths to achieve their goals. I welcome conversations about how structural factors impact health and how therapy can be one tool toward healing.
I have a wide repertoire, but I specialize in working with individuals and couples on topics like substance use, depression, anxiety, stress, chronic Illness/pain, anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ Issues and identity exploration, grief and life transitions.
I have experience working with diverse clients with a variety of needs. The bulk of my career has been working with LGBTQ+ teens, adults with chronic illnesses, and people who use drugs in harm reduction outreach settings. A through-line in these experiences is recognizing the impact biology as well as its interactions with our social environment has on mental & physical health. As such, I apply a systems approach to understand the factors impacting a client and then leverage client strengths to achieve their goals. I welcome conversations about how structural factors impact health and how therapy can be one tool toward healing.
(512) 714-3403 View (512) 714-3403
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Elizabeth Bankert
Pre-Licensed Professional
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78731  (Online Only)
I seek to assist active-duty service members and individuals with military backgrounds, focusing on substance use disorders and mental health issues prevalent in the military. Adolescents and adults in criminal justice fields, including juvenile placement, drug and alcohol services, prisons, and re-entry, are welcomed. Clients valuing a person-centered approach, CBT, psychoeducation, and holistic perspectives are ideal. Open-minded individuals appreciating Elizabeth's diverse background and commitment to effective treatment for military-related challenges would be the perfect fit.
I seek to assist active-duty service members and individuals with military backgrounds, focusing on substance use disorders and mental health issues prevalent in the military. Adolescents and adults in criminal justice fields, including juvenile placement, drug and alcohol services, prisons, and re-entry, are welcomed. Clients valuing a person-centered approach, CBT, psychoeducation, and holistic perspectives are ideal. Open-minded individuals appreciating Elizabeth's diverse background and commitment to effective treatment for military-related challenges would be the perfect fit.
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Jamika Hughes
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78724  (Online Only)
Jamaika is an LCSW with a Masters concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Jamaika utilizes a very person centered approach, however she does challenge her clients when needed. Jamaika see’s an array of clients including those who are dealing with adjustment issues due to a stressful change in their life (toxic relationships, heartbreak, divorce, new job, school, sports etc.) to clients with diagnosis of depression, anxiety, bipolar and more. Jamaika holds specialty in three areas: Athletes, Domestic Violence, and Alcohol & Substance Use.
Jamaika is an LCSW with a Masters concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Jamaika utilizes a very person centered approach, however she does challenge her clients when needed. Jamaika see’s an array of clients including those who are dealing with adjustment issues due to a stressful change in their life (toxic relationships, heartbreak, divorce, new job, school, sports etc.) to clients with diagnosis of depression, anxiety, bipolar and more. Jamaika holds specialty in three areas: Athletes, Domestic Violence, and Alcohol & Substance Use.
(737) 345-3754 View (737) 345-3754
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Niki DuBois
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEDS
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78746
I’m a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) specializing in eating disorder and substance use. I help people build healthier relationships with food, their bodies, and their emotions. I am Health at Every Size aligned. Our work together will focus on: tolerating uncomfortable emotions reducing ineffective behaviors dismantling false beliefs about food and bodies practicing therapeutic skills to help navigate life and pausing … recovery is in the pause!
I’m a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) specializing in eating disorder and substance use. I help people build healthier relationships with food, their bodies, and their emotions. I am Health at Every Size aligned. Our work together will focus on: tolerating uncomfortable emotions reducing ineffective behaviors dismantling false beliefs about food and bodies practicing therapeutic skills to help navigate life and pausing … recovery is in the pause!
(737) 201-0905 View (737) 201-0905
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Elizabeth Bickel Rolfe
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC-S, ATR, LCDC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78705
I work with adults impacted by substance use and mental health related issues. Are you ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and transformation? Are you seeking therapy not only to alleviate your immediate distress but also to cultivate a deeper understanding of yourself? I bring a client-centered approach that emphasizes compassion, empathy, and respect for individual experiences.
I work with adults impacted by substance use and mental health related issues. Are you ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and transformation? Are you seeking therapy not only to alleviate your immediate distress but also to cultivate a deeper understanding of yourself? I bring a client-centered approach that emphasizes compassion, empathy, and respect for individual experiences.
(737) 510-7938 View (737) 510-7938
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Lifewave Counseling
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC, MAC
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Austin, TX 78720  (Online Only)
I have a personal and professional life experiences with substance use disorders and ways to live a recovered life.
If you have tried everything you can think of and are still stuck we might be a fit. Change begins with awareness of one's self. The only requirement is that I become willing to change the way I see myself, others, and my expectations about how life should be. Nearly all behaviour is learned and therefore can be considered for change. Present moment awareness and a non-judgmental perspective can create the potential to see deeply into one's needs and wants. "Between stimulus and response is a space, and in that space lies man's freedom" Victor Frankl.
I have a personal and professional life experiences with substance use disorders and ways to live a recovered life.
If you have tried everything you can think of and are still stuck we might be a fit. Change begins with awareness of one's self. The only requirement is that I become willing to change the way I see myself, others, and my expectations about how life should be. Nearly all behaviour is learned and therefore can be considered for change. Present moment awareness and a non-judgmental perspective can create the potential to see deeply into one's needs and wants. "Between stimulus and response is a space, and in that space lies man's freedom" Victor Frankl.
(512) 948-3454 x101 View (512) 948-3454 x101
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Christie Mokry
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCDC
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78731
My focus is on reducing the negative consequences associated with substance use.
As of 4/22/24 I am accepting new clients. My approach shaped by own experiences and recovery, is grounded in harm reduction and mindfulness. Recognizing that traditional abstinence-only methods don't resonate with everyone, I've developed a practice that embraces each individual's unique path to healing. Integrating the practical framework of harm reduction with the transformative power of mindfulness. This allows clients to engage with their challenges in a non-confrontational, present-focused manner, fostering greater self awareness and acceptance.
My focus is on reducing the negative consequences associated with substance use.
As of 4/22/24 I am accepting new clients. My approach shaped by own experiences and recovery, is grounded in harm reduction and mindfulness. Recognizing that traditional abstinence-only methods don't resonate with everyone, I've developed a practice that embraces each individual's unique path to healing. Integrating the practical framework of harm reduction with the transformative power of mindfulness. This allows clients to engage with their challenges in a non-confrontational, present-focused manner, fostering greater self awareness and acceptance.
(512) 675-5810 View (512) 675-5810
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Kimberly May
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC-S, LMFT
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78735
Are you concerned that your substance use is causing some problems for you? Substance use is on a continuum, with abstinence on one end and severe abuse, or addiction, on the other. Historically, approaches to substance use treatment have been binary—you either use or you do not. While this approach is effective for some people, for most it feels restrictive and at times punitive. The goal of therapy is for you to determine—you may want to examine your use, minimize it, work toward ceasing use all together or even maintain positive changes you have already made.
Are you concerned that your substance use is causing some problems for you? Substance use is on a continuum, with abstinence on one end and severe abuse, or addiction, on the other. Historically, approaches to substance use treatment have been binary—you either use or you do not. While this approach is effective for some people, for most it feels restrictive and at times punitive. The goal of therapy is for you to determine—you may want to examine your use, minimize it, work toward ceasing use all together or even maintain positive changes you have already made.
(737) 204-8813 View (737) 204-8813
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Mary Jane Holland
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, ADC, LCDC, ASAT, NCAC
Verified Verified
Austin, TX 78757  (Online Only)
I am trained and certified as a counselor, coach and educator and have extensive experience working with individuals, couples and families on issues of substance use disorder, compulsive sexual behaviors, relationship issues and wellness.
My passion for over 30 years has been to help people explore, identify and deal with problematic or out of control behaviors and the effects in their lives and in the lives of loved ones. I have always believed that these excessive behaviors have served as one way for people to regulate their moods, their neurochemistry, and to cope with anxiety and fears. In other words, to change the way they feel. I enjoy helping people learn to manage stress and anxiety in new ways. I also love helping people improve their relationship with themselves and others and to develop a deeper sense of meaning and purpose.
I am trained and certified as a counselor, coach and educator and have extensive experience working with individuals, couples and families on issues of substance use disorder, compulsive sexual behaviors, relationship issues and wellness.
My passion for over 30 years has been to help people explore, identify and deal with problematic or out of control behaviors and the effects in their lives and in the lives of loved ones. I have always believed that these excessive behaviors have served as one way for people to regulate their moods, their neurochemistry, and to cope with anxiety and fears. In other words, to change the way they feel. I enjoy helping people learn to manage stress and anxiety in new ways. I also love helping people improve their relationship with themselves and others and to develop a deeper sense of meaning and purpose.
(844) 955-3009 View (844) 955-3009
Substance Use Therapists

How do substance and drug recovery or rehabilitation programs work?

In inpatient programs, individuals live in a facility with other clients in recovery; in outpatient programs, individuals reside at home. These facilities are staffed with healthcare professionals including physicians, nurses, psychologists, counselors, and psychotherapists. Staff often also includes people who have recovered themselves, serving as mentors and guides. These programs may use abstinence, harm reduction, detoxification, psychotherapy, and other methods.

How do 12-step programs combined with psychotherapy work?

Members of 12-step programs help each other reach abstinence and work to maintain it. These programs promote complete change in the individual’s emotional, mental, physical, and even spiritual perspectives. Some programs require that new members attend 90 meetings in 90 days. Many people do attend these programs in conjunction with their work in psychotherapy; the combination of therapy along with 12-step can be extremely effective.

How does harm reduction combined with psychotherapy work?

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, harm reduction prevents death, injury, disease, overdose, and substance misuse. People who choose harm reduction for substance use reduce the amount of drugs they consume. It is not abstinence-based like a 12-step program, but combining harm reduction with psychotherapy proves to be effective for many people.

Are there specific medications for substance and drug use?

There are medications approved to treat substance use disorder—such as buprenorphine, methadone, naltrexone, and acamprosate. These medications do help people cope with substance use as well as avoid the problem of relapse. Naltrexone can help reduce cravings, methadone is an opioid medication used to treat severe pain, and acamprosate may help ease symptoms like poor sleep and anxious feelings.