A daily pill to drink less or quit

If you're here, you're ready to take control over alcohol with safe, effective treatment prescribed by a doctor.

Take a free assessment to see if you qualify.

You’re in control

We offer safe and effective treatment that protects your privacy and puts you back in charge of your life.

Oar logoTraditional treatment
Convenient
Private
Affordable
Supportive of moderation or sobriety
Rarely
Evidence-based
Rarely
Led by expert clinicians
Rarely
Oar logoTraditional treatment
Convenient
Private
Affordable
Supportive of moderation or sobriety
Rarely
Evidence-based
Rarely
Led by expert clinicians
Rarely

How Oar works

Everyone's goals and circumstances are unique. However you'd like to change your relationship with alcohol, we make it simple to get started.

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Take the Online Assessment
Answer questions to help your provider get to know your health history, drinking patterns, and goals for the future so they can build your care plan.
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Get a Personalized Care Plan
If medication's right for you, you'll get your naltrexone prescription delivered to your door — conveniently and discreetly.
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Receive Ongoing Support
Your provider will be available to answer questions and adjust treatment if needed. Our private online support group is also here to motivate and support you.

We’ve helped over 35,000 members quit or cut back

70%

people join with the goal to moderate their drinking

65%

are meeting their goal to drink less or quit

70%

are drinking at a low or moderate risk level (or not at all)

What our members are saying

"I would recommend Oar to anyone who is struggling with alcohol."

Amanda, Oar Member

Actual Oar member quotes.
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Where less is more

See how our simplified approach to drinking less opens up a world of possibility.

Important safety information

All medications have the risk of side effects. However, the side effects of naltrexone are rare and usually mild; the most common is nausea or "tummy troubles." Other side effects may include vomiting, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, nervousness, anxiety and insomnia. If symptoms are significant or persistent, contact your medical provider. To learn more about potential side effects of naltrexone, take our assessment and connect with a provider who can determine whether naltrexone is medically appropriate for you.

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  • ¹ Oar Health membership plans include access to the Oar Health platform, virtual consultations with a healthcare professional, and medication if prescribed. Annual membership plan costs $468, equating to $39/mo.
  • ² Self-reported by members after 6 months of Oar Health membership
  • ³ Verywell Health survey of Oar Health members, published March, 2023
  • ⁴ Prescription medication is available only if prescribed by a licensed clinician
Naltrexone is a prescription medication used to treat alcohol dependence. It is available only if prescribed by a healthcare provider. You should not take naltrexone if you use opioids, including prescription drugs or street drugs that contain opioids, as naltrexone can cause sudden opioid withdrawal. Common side effects of naltrexone include nausea, sleepiness, headache, dizziness, vomiting, decreased appetite, painful joints, muscle cramps, and trouble sleeping. These are not all of the side effects of naltrexone. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effects that bother you or do not go away.
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