Personalized care to reach your goals

Monument connects you to a licensed physician and a licensed therapist specialized in empowering people to change their drinking.* Your Care Team will work with you to customize your treatment plan, including a specialized therapy program unique to your goals, and options for medication to help get you there. 


You will connect with your Care Team on video calls, and can also send messages over chat.
All of our therapists are proficient in cognitive behavioral therapy, contingency management, and motivational enhancement therapy,

*If you are in a Physician Care plan, you can decide to add in specialized therapy at any time. 

how it works

Treatment on your own terms.

We provide a medical solution to a medical problem, entirely online. All treatment plans start with a pre-screener survey to learn more about you and a video call with a licensed physician.

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Sign up and take a short survey

Take a brief survey to assess your drinking habits and see how Monument plans can best support you. This information is protected and will only be used by your Care Team.

02

Match with your Care Team

After selecting the plan that works for you, you will either be matched with a licensed physician, or a licensed physician and a specialized therapist to customize your plan. 

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Get support at any time

Meet with and message your Care Team for ongoing professional care, and get 24/7 support from the Monument Community for everything else.

medication options

Physician-prescribed and delivered to your door.

Based on an initial video call, your physician may prescribe FDA-approved medication if they deem it safe and appropriate for you. These medication options include naltrexone and disulfiram*. The cost of medication is not included in your plan, but may be covered by your medical insurance. 

* There is currently a national shortage of disulfiram. While physicians can prescribe it if appropriate, we cannot facilitate delivery at this time.

Naltrexone

For those looking to reduce or stop drinking alcohol

Naltrexone helps combat cravings for alcohol while also blocking the rewarding aspects of drinking. This occurs because when naltrexone is present in the brain, alcohol cannot stimulate the release of dopamine.

Disulfiram

For those looking to stop drinking alcohol altogether

Disulfiram increases sensitivity to drinking alcohol and causes many effects of a hangover to be felt immediately following alcohol consumption by inhibiting the enzyme acetaldehyde dehydrogenase.

Based on an initial video call, your physician may prescribe medication if they deem it safe and appropriate for you. These medication options include naltrexone and disulfiram*. The cost of medication is not included in your plan, but may be covered by your medical insurance.

* There is currently a national shortage of disulfiram. While physicians can prescribe it if appropriate, we cannot facilitate delivery at this time.

Naltrexone

For those looking to reduce or stop drinking alcohol

Naltrexone helps combat cravings for alcohol while also blocking the rewarding aspects of drinking. This occurs because when naltrexone is present in the brain, alcohol cannot stimulate the release of dopamine.

Disulfiram

For those looking to stop drinking alcohol altogeher

Disulfiram increases sensitivity to drinking alcohol and causes many effects of a hangover to be felt immediately following alcohol consumption by inhibiting the enzyme acetaldehyde dehydrogenase.

Our advisors

We've consulted with leading addiction experts to build a holistic treatment platform.

Our medical advisory board is made up of experienced, innovative, and passionate medical experts who have dedicated their careers to helping people change their relationship with substances.

Advisor

Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky

Advisor
Mark Willenbring, MD
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Clinical Operations
Holli Fiscus
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Advisor
Remy Olivier, RN
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Advisor
James Besante, MD
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Advisor
Laura Diamond LMHC, EdM, MA
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Advisor
Dr. Abe Malkin MD, MBA
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Naltrexone:  Important Safety Information

Naltrexone has the capacity to cause hepatocellular injury (liver injury) when given in excessive doses. Naltrexone is contraindicated in acute hepatitis or liver failure, and its use in patients with active liver disease must be carefully considered in light of its hepatotoxic effects.  In the treatment of alcohol dependence, common adverse reactions include difficulty sleeping, anxiety, nervousness, abdominal pain/cramps, nausea and/or vomiting, low energy, joint and muscle pain, headache, dizziness and somnolence. This is not a complete list of potential adverse events associated with naltrexone hydrochloride. Please see Full Prescribing Information for a complete list.

Disulfiram: Important Safety information

The most common side effects of Disulfiram may include drowsiness, tiredness, headache, acne, and metallic-like taste in the mouth. Call your doctor if you have signs of serious side effects such as decreased sexual ability, vision changes, numbness of arms or legs, muscle weakness, mood changes, seizures, or confusion. Do not take Disulfiram if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. If you begin to have signs of an allergic reaction, then seek immediate medical attention. Avoid consumption of alcohol while taking this medication, as it may lead to adverse side effects. Talk to your doctor about the history of your medical conditions including if you have or have had diabetes, underactive thyroid, brain disorders, liver or kidney disease, personal or family history of regular use/abuse of drugs. Certain drug interactions may lead to serious adverse side effects. Let your doctor know about any other medications you are taking. This is not a complete list of potential adverse events associated with Disulfiram. Please see Full Prescribing Information for a complete list.

*Monument Inc. provides administrative and business support services to independent medical and clinical practices and providers. Monument Inc. does not provide medical or clinical services and does not own medical or other clinical practices. All medical services are provided by Live Life Now Health Group, PA d/b/a Live Life Now Medical Group. All counseling and therapy services are provided by independent licensed practitioners including licensed clinical social workers (LCSW) and licensed mental health counselors (LMHC). Individuals should contact their physician or therapist with any questions about their treatment.

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