Treatment through Boulder is entirely digital, which means that patients meet and connect with their providers through secure video and messaging in the Boulder App on their smartphones.
Offering treatment via telehealth makes care easy to access anytime, anywhere — patients complete visits from home or wherever they feel most comfortable. They can pick up prescriptions at their local pharmacy or can often have medications mailed to them.
Just as other health conditions are made better with medication, some substance use disorders get better with certain safe, evidence-based medications, known as Medications for Addiction Treatment, or MAT. This doesn’t mean that the medication cures the condition, but it does improve the lives of people who take it, similar to medications for thyroid, blood pressure, cholesterol, and other issues. See below for specific medications Boulder can prescribe for opioid and alcohol use disorders.
Our clinicians work with each patient to create a medication plan that’s best for them. We most often prescribe buprenorphine medications because they are safe and effective tools for reaching recovery goals and living longer, healthier lives.
At Boulder, we combine medication treatment with expert medical care, peer recovery coaching, and care coordination. Our care teams work to ensure each patient has the medication, knowledge, and social support to pursue their personal recovery goals.
Our clinicians work with each patient to create a medication plan that’s best for them. We can prescribe a range of medications for alcohol use disorder based on each patient’s needs, including naltrexone (ReVia or Vivitrol), acamprosate (Campral), and others.
At Boulder, we combine medication treatment with expert medical care and advice, peer recovery coaching, and care coordination to ensure you have the right medication, resources, and support to work towards your unique recovery goals.
Each Boulder patient is matched with an interdisciplinary team of providers who collaborate with them to craft a treatment plan that fits their needs.
Treatment with Boulder is covered by a number of insurance carriers, and we’re working as fast as we can to partner with new plans across the US. We also offer an affordable self pay (out of pocket) option in select states. Learn more about eligibility and cost coverage.
No, in most areas, you can start virtual care right away. For states that do require an in-person visit, Boulder can help coordinate that appointment so you can begin virtual care. Call us at 888-608-0836.
No. We’re happy to chat anonymously about our program to help you determine if it’s right for you, or help you find other options that will be a better fit. Anything you share with us is completely confidential, regardless of whether you choose to enroll with Boulder.
Boulder Care provides evidence-based, compassionate care designed to treat the “whole person.” Our addiction medicine specialists evaluate and connect patients to care for a variety of substance use and co-occurring conditions.
Boulder primarily focuses on treatment for two common substance use disorders that have high mortality rates. These disorders have proven medical treatments, backed by science and peer-reviewed research, including FDA-approved medications.
Yes. Whether you want to reduce your use, eliminate some substances but not others, or stop entirely, we’ll customize your treatment to your unique needs and goals.
We know that medications like buprenorphine are life-saving, so we work to make sure that patients have uninterrupted access to their prescriptions. Unexpectedly losing access to medication puts people at risk, and we never want to add stress or uncertainty to our patients' lives.
If you miss a visit, our team is always here to help you reschedule, and you can message with your provider in the Boulder App to discuss your needs and make a plan together.
We'll also never charge you for a missed visit, or discharge you from our care because of it — we know unexpected conflicts arise, and we’re always here to support you.
Our mission is to improve the lives of people with substance use disorders. We provide medication, resources, and support to help our patients succeed on their own terms, wherever they are.
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