Drink Less Using the Sinclair Method
There's no shame in getting professional help for excess drinking and we're here to serve you.
Sinclair Method is state-of-the-art medication-assisted treatment to reduce or stop drinking alcohol using naltrexone, and since 2017 we've optimized on the method to produce jaw-dropping results. Our goal is to reverse alcohol use disorder and restore clients back to a healthy state free of difficulty managing drinking. We help clients help themselves with our unique, at-home, physician and coaching guided program on their schedule and at their pace. No group meetings or therapy sessions required. Just an efficient system backed with solid results.
"Within the last month my drinking has decreased to within recommended limits. In May I was a daily, excessive drinker and now I have a couple of drinks a couple of nights a week. Like a normal person. Without trying."
G., after five months in the Alcure program.
California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Texas.
Follow our video modules while taking advantage of unlimited video chat meetings and email messaging with your Alcure provider for guidance, adjustments and refills.
"The Sinclair Method offers a graduated way for people to cut back on their drinking without risking alcohol withdrawal. It can provide a safe and effective way for people to cut their drinking back to a safe and manageable place."
Sinikka Green, M.D., Emergency Medicine
"Thank you for all you do. This has given me a reset button without the need to take expensive time off from work to go to a facility to figure it out. My head is clear and I am not looking for that next needed drink."
"I think it really tamed my desire for heavy alcohol (i.e. tequila). I really toned down to 2 or 3 glasses of wine per night.. much more controlled. I think it also helped me shed 10 pounds! If I go back to old habits, I will be back in touch!"
Use our free tool below to score your drinking and get a quick, objective assessment of whether you're drinking too much.
Download our white paper below, the Definitive Guide to the Sinclair Method.