Nadia, a 27 year old in rural Virginia was looking for treatment for her opioid use disorder when her suboxone provider retired. Nothing nearby was accessible or could work with her schedule. That’s when Nadia found Confidant Health and was able to access services through her Medicaid plan. She has now been connected to a care team to manage her opioid use disorder with medications as well as behavioral support. Since, she’s gained employment at a local store and has saved enough to have her car repaired.
Here is what Nadia had to say about her experience: It has been great working with Confidant. Not only could I get my meds right away when I was in a little bit of a crisis but I really connected with my team and even started seeing a therapist and working with a coach. If I had to go to an office for all of this it wouldn’t be in the cards for me but I can do Confidant at home while I’m watching my daughter.
There are so many companies out there that force you to follow a certain recovery path and/or identify as an addict. Cookie cutter treatment. There are a bunch of new shiny apps that aren’t backed by science and don’t actually work because they are only concerned about making money. Confidant is neither of those, not even close. The Confidant app and providers are accessible...
This has been such a game changer for me- everyone on the app has been helpful, down to earth, and professional. When everything feels chaotic and overwhelming, Confidant has been my north star towards a life I wasn’t sure was possible for me. I recommend it highly to anyone who needs help.
Confidant has helped me change my drinking and improve my mental health. I was originally really interested in the DIY stuff but found the whole experience got me what I needed when I needed it. Other apps just signed me up for a recurring subscription but with Confidant I actually learned so much and was able to get the support I needed. Now I feel like my life is back on track.