Goodbye Rehab. Meet Ophelia.

Medication and support for opioid withdrawal, in the privacy of your home.

Currently only available in Pennsylvania
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Ophelia in the Press

The science is unequivocal: The only effective treatment for opioid use disorder is what is called “medication-assisted treatment.”

Yes, we're real.

Ophelia is pioneering a new model of medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder and it's 100% legit.

During COVID, a special DEA policy allows us to see and treat members entirely through telehealth.

We bring treatment to your home — and it's cheaper, more effective and more private than most rehabs.

"Great people that go the extra mile to help you and really care about your recovery."
- Ophelia Member

Recover at home with Ophelia

  • 01

    Meet Ophelia

    Connect with an Ophelia provider over video through your phone or computer

  • 02

    Get Medication to End Withdrawal

    Manage withdrawal, stop cravings, and prevent relapse with medications like Suboxone and Vivitrol

  • 03

    Recover at Home, For Good

    Recover at home, on your own terms, 
with support from Ophelia for life

Designed by two of the world's leading addiction specialists

Adam Bisaga, MD

Professor, Columbia University
United Nations, NIH, NIDA

Arthur Williams, MD

Professor, Columbia University

The science is clear.

Rehab fails 90% of the time when not followed by medication - which most rehabs don’t offer.

Ophelia is based on the gold standard of science, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), proven to be 6x more effective than most rehabs out there.

Read more about the science of MAT.

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Read a Handful of MAT Success Stories

MAT Success Story: Amy Tisdale

Amy started taking painkillers after a back injury. After losing her job and her marriage, she's now getting a second chance thanks to Suboxone.

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MAT Success Story: Randy Quinn

Randy started using heroin when he was 21 years old. Seven years later, he began to rebuild his life with the help of Suboxone.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What states does Ophelia serve?

Currently, Ophelia is only licensed to see patients who reside in Pennsylvania.

Who do I see on the first visit?

An Ophelia provider that is committed to our mission of privacy. Currently, Ophelia is able to see patients via telemedicine due to DEA Policy around COVID-19. For more information, see DEA Policy: Use of Telephone Evaluations to Initiate Buprenorphine Prescribing.

Is the packaging discreet?

Absolutely. Your privacy is our priority.

Can I get in trouble with the law?

No, America wants you to get well. We make sure that all the rules are followed on your behalf, so you never have to worry.

Can I be forced to go to rehab?

No, you will never be forced to do anything!

Visit our Help Center for more information or just shoot us an email at

Ready to get help?

If you're having trouble managing your opioid use, or are currently experiencing cravings or withdrawal, we might be able to help.
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