A daily pill to drink less or quit

Doctor-prescribed medication from $39/mo 1
Online, private, and judgment-free
76% drink less in 2 weeks 2
member satisfaction3
See why
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Medication proven to work

Reduces alcohol’s pleasure and reward
Reduces frequency and quantity of drinking
FDA-approved for over 30 years

A private way to drink less

No waiting rooms
No pharmacy lines
No insurance records
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No judgment no matter your goal

Drink less or quit entirely
Take daily or follow The Sinclair Method
Works alone or alongside other treatments

The affordable way to take back control

Plans start at
Members save $204/month on alcohol 2
Cancel anytime

In 3 easy steps

Complete an online assessment
Get a personalized treatment plan4
Get medication delivered to your door

Oar members who drink less2

Lose weight
Perform better at work
Sleep better

Trusted by thousands

Real Oar member
I would binge drink 4 days out of the week. Since I started Oar, I have not binged once. The cravings have decreased significantly, and I have not had more than a drink or two per week.
Real Oar member
Since joining Oar and taking naltrexone, my drinking has greatly diminished. I’m not trying to completely eliminate alcohol. I want to control it rather than it control me.
Real Oar member
I have been very successful with this approach. It was the decision to get help and to try naltrexone (through Oar) that turned the ship around.
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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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