When you are prescribed Vivitrol® and counseling, it's important to stay in contact with your healthcare provider about your injection
Steps for your doctor's office:
- Complete the specialty pharmacy form
- Verify your insurance benefit(s) (if applicable)
- Discuss the VIVITROL® Co-pay Savings Program
- Send the Specialty Pharmacy form to a pharmacy
Steps for the specialty or other pharmacy:
- Confirm insurance coverage with your health plan
- Apply any co-pay savings for which you are eligible
- Contact you to verify payment, shipping, and delivery information
Steps for you:
- Visit your healthcare provider to receive your VIVITROL injection on your appointment date
- Schedule your next appointment
- Repeat 2 and 3
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Fill out a few brief forms to see if your insurance can help cover the cost of VIVITROL.get started
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VIVITROL is not right for everyone. There are significant risks from VIVITROL treatment, including risk of opioid overdose, severe reaction at the injection site, sudden opioid withdrawal, liver damage, or hepatitis.
Talk to your healthcare provider about naloxone, a medicine that is available to patients for the emergency treatment of an opioid overdose.
Call 911 or get emergency medical help right away in all cases of known or suspected opioid overdose, even if naloxone is administered.
If you are being treated for alcohol dependence but also use or are addicted to opioid-containing medicines or opioid street drugs, it is important that you tell your healthcare provider before starting VIVITROL to avoid having sudden opioid withdrawal symptoms when you start VIVITROL treatment.
See Important Safety Information.
See Prescribing Information and Medication Guide.