Online Alcoholism Treatment in NJ

Naltrexone is an FDA-approved medication used to treat alcoholism. It works by blocking the euphoric effects of alcohol, making it less pleasurable and addictive over time. Within weeks, patients can reduce their drinking. ~86% of patients taking Naltrexone reduce their drinking, and ~78% are able to reach their drinking goals within 1 year.

Additionally, other medications like acamprosate and disulfiram are effective in managing alcoholism. Acamprosate helps maintain abstinence, while disulfiram creates an adverse reaction to alcohol, discouraging consumption. Alcohol doesn’t need to control your life any longer. Book a consultation with a doctor today.


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Online Alcoholism Medication Doctors in NJ

At Lumina Psychiatry, we understand how difficult accessing addiction and alcoholism medication can be. That’s why we’ve created a seamless process to help people get a Naltrexone prescription. In addition to Naltrexone, we offer other effective medications like acamprosate and disulfiram to support your treatment journey.

No one should have to suffer from alcoholism when affordable, accessible, and effective treatment options are available. We accept all NJ insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare, to ensure you get the care you need without financial barriers. Book a consultation with a doctor today and take the first step toward recovery.


Naltrexone Treatment Online in USA

Decrease Alcohol cravings

Naltrexone has been proven to reduce alcohol cravings in numerous peer-reviewed studies. It’s estimated ~78% of people on Naltrexone Treatment meet their drinking goals within 6 months.

Safe, Effective, and Affordable

Naltrexone has been studied for over 50 years and has little to no side effects. Time and time again Naltrexone has been proven to be safe, effective, and through Healthcare Intermediaries, affordable.

Become a social drinker again

Unlike most other forms of addiction recovery, Naltrexone and the Sinclair Method allows for moderate and social drinking, so long as the person is concurrently taking Naltrexone.

Why Chose Lumina Psychiatry for Alcoholism Treatment?

With Lumina Psychiatry, you receive comprehensive and specialized care for alcoholism that combines the benefits of traditional clinic services with the convenience of online treatment. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to ensure you have access to experienced doctors around the clock, so you never have to wait for the support you need.

Alcoholism can significantly impact daily life, but with our personalized approach, you can learn to manage symptoms effectively. We offer a range of services, including medication management, which typically includes Naltrexone, acamprosate, disulfiram, and lesser-known medications like topiramate. Additionally, we provide Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and practical strategies to help you reduce alcohol cravings and improve overall well-being.

We conduct virtual visits and accept all major commercial insurance plans, as well as all NJ Medicaid and Medicare plans. Don’t let alcoholism hold you back. Book an appointment today and start your journey towards a healthier, more balanced life.


Timely & Hassle-Free Alcoholism Treatment

We offer services to help ensure the timely delivery of your online alcoholism evaluation, treatment, and prescription by email. Further, you can call us 24/7 at (201) 614-5900. We take any action we can to ensure you receive your Naltrexone treatment with as little difficulty as possible.

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Our team of doctors and nurse practitioners has a vast amount of experience in alcoholism and substance abuse, and aim to contact all patients within 24 hours. 

Our Naltrexone Testimonials


“Great program! Probably saved my marriage and my business. Naltrexone should readily available to anyone who has issues with alcohol. Hopefully Daniel and his team will get the recognition they deserve.”


“Daniel was able to get Naltrexone for me when 4 local doctors refused. The process was easy and Daniel was excellent to work with. The drug works to control my desire for alcohol. I am very thankful to Daniel and his team. I highly recommend this company.”


“So glad I decided to try this service. The process was very smooth and I would recommend it for anyone who is in recovery and looking for a convenient way to see a doctor.”

Get Naltrexone Online in NJ and PA

We make getting a naltrexone prescription as simple as possible. During your appointment, you’ll meet with a board-certified physician or Nurse Practitioner trained in using Naltrexone for the treatment of alcoholism. Most of our practitioners have more than 5 years of experience in substance abuse and mental health.

Appointments can be booked anytime and we have openings 5 days a week. Most patients can get an appointment within 1 day. Scroll for more information regarding how our process works.

Book an Online Appointment For A Naltrexone Prescription

Book an appointment 24/7 through our online booking platform. We have appointments 5 days a week, and respond to emails 7 days a week. Simply click the button to the left and you’ll be taken to our booking platform.

Speak to A Naltrexone Prescriber

At your appointment, your doctor will ask you some questions about your drinking and (in most cases) will prescribe Naltrexone. Before your visit, you’ll have to submit all your paperwork and sign the appropriate documents before you can be seen.

Pick Up Your Naltrexone At the Pharmacy

After your appointment, your doctor will send in your Naltrexone prescription to the pharmacy of your choice. You’ll have to pay anywhere from $10 – $30 when picking it up. If you don’t have insurance, please let us know and we can recommend pharmacies near you.

Affordable Online Naltrexone Doctors

We believe cost should never be a barrier to care — ever. Our Pricing is significantly cheaper than most other online Naltrexone providers. We also accept all insurance plans in NJ, including NJ Medicaid and Medicare. If you are unable to pay for treatment, please contact us and we may be able to offer you a sliding scale.

Frequently Asked Questions about Alcoholism Treatment at Lumina Psychiatry

What is alcoholism and how do I know if I have it?

Alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a chronic condition characterized by an inability to control alcohol consumption despite negative consequences. Symptoms include craving alcohol, losing control over drinking, and experiencing withdrawal symptoms when not drinking. A comprehensive evaluation by a healthcare provider can help diagnose the condition.

What treatment options does Lumina Psychiatry offer for alcoholism?

At Lumina Psychiatry, we provide a comprehensive approach to treating alcoholism, including medication management (including naltrexone, acamprosate, and disulfram), psychotherapy, and lifestyle counseling. Our treatment plans are personalized to meet the unique needs of each patient.

How can medication help in treating alcoholism?

Medications can help reduce cravings, manage withdrawal symptoms, and prevent relapse. Common medications include naltrexone, acamprosate, and disulfiram. Our providers work closely with patients to determine the most appropriate medication for their needs.

What is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and how can it help with alcoholism?

CBT is a form of psychotherapy that helps individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors related to alcohol use. It can provide strategies for coping with cravings, avoiding triggers, and managing stress.

Can alcoholism be treated without medication?

Yes, some individuals benefit from psychotherapy, support groups, and lifestyle changes without the need for medication. Our providers will work with you to determine the best treatment approach based on your symptoms and preferences.

How long does it take to see improvements in alcoholism treatment?

The timeline for improvement varies depending on the individual and their treatment plan. Some patients may notice changes within a few weeks, while others may take longer. Continuous communication with your provider is essential to adjust the treatment plan as needed.

Does Lumina Psychiatry accept insurance for alcoholism treatment?

Yes, we accept most major insurance plans. Under the Affordable Care Act, most insurance plans are required treatment for psychiatric conditions, including alcoholism. We can confirm your coverage and provide you with an estimated cost before your visit. Please feel free contact us at with your insurance information so we can verify your coverage and discuss any potential out-of-pocket costs.

Can I receive alcoholism treatment remotely?

Yes, we offer virtual visits for both medication management and psychotherapy sessions, providing flexibility and accessibility for our patients. This allows individuals to receive continuous care and support regardless of their location or schedule constraints.

What if I don't have insurance? Can I still schedule an appointment?

Yes. Our private pay initial evaluation price is $250 for the 1 hour appointment. Going forward, most follow-up appointments are $125, but can depend based on the length of the visit. Please email us at for more specific information.

What lifestyle changes can support my treatment for alcoholism?

Incorporating regular physical activity, maintaining a balanced diet, practicing mindfulness, and building a strong support network can all support your treatment plan and help you achieve long-term sobriety.

Can I receive treatment virtually for panic attacks?

Yes, we offer virtual visits for both medication management and psychotherapy sessions, allowing you to receive treatment from the comfort of your own home.

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