Online Alcohol Treatment in Wyoming

AA and abstinence-only rehab don’t work for everyone. The traditional approach to alcohol treatment isn’t always the right fit for you. Ria Health provides an innovative, online solution for problem drinking in Wyoming. It’s personalized, evidence-based, and rooted in the best of modern science, medication, and technology.

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Why Get Help For Alcohol Online?

Many of the barriers to traditional treatment don’t apply to online treatment, making it possible for anyone who needs alcohol rehab to receive it. Online treatment is convenient, personalized, affordable, and flexible enough for the most jam-packed schedule.


Our program is powered by the most up-to-date treatment methods, such as medication-assisted treatment. All Ria Health treatment methods are evidence-based and science-backed.


Ria Health’s online program is ten to twenty times more affordable than most outpatient programs, and it’s in-network with many major insurance providers.


Our members reduce their alcohol intake by 75% on average after just 12 months with Ria. Online treatment works for many people, and it can work for you too.

Advantages of Online Treatment for Wyoming Residents

With Ria Health’s convenient app, effective tools and ongoing support for recovery are right at your fingertips. Although our online alcohol treatment program is available throughout most of the US, we have specialists specifically licensed in Wyoming. Our approach focuses on harm-reduction, meaning you decide whether abstinence or moderation will make the biggest impact for you.

Benefits of online alcohol treatment in Wyoming include:

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No Travel
Virtual treatment means there’s no need to travel long distances or go to in-person appointments for the support you need to reach your recovery goals. Ria Health allows you to tap into helpful resources and tools anywhere with internet access.

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Flexible Scheduling
Treatment happens wherever you are, whenever it’s convenient for you. With Ria, you’ll never have to take time off work, rearrange your schedule, or hire childcare to make time for recovery.


Customized Care
We believe that recovery is a unique and personal journey, so Ria offers a completely customizable approach to treatment. Share your needs and your personal goal—whether that’s total abstinence or drinking less—and we’ll help you achieve it.


Our program is HIPAA-compliant and completely confidential. Our compassionate team of experts will provide shame-free, label-free support every step of the way.

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What To Expect When You Join Ria’s Program

We believe that support for problem drinking should be accessible, so becoming a Ria member is simple and fast. After completing our fully virtual sign-up process, you’ll receive weekly coaching, prescription medication, and digital tools to help you reach your recovery goals.


Sign Up

To begin your recovery journey, choose from three simple options: Create an account online, schedule a call with an enrollment specialist, or start by verifying your insurance coverage (if applicable).


Download the App

Next, download the Ria app and schedule your first appointment. We’ll ship a breathalyzer directly to your door so you can start tracking your progress.


Meet Your Team

At your first appointment, you’ll meet virtually with the Ria medical team. We’ll discuss your goals, build a personalized care plan, and partner you with a personal recovery coach.

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Get Ongoing Support

As a Ria member, you’ll receive weekly coaching, FDA-approved medications, digital tools, and partners in recovery for as long as you need. Our team is here for you through every milestone and every challenge on the path to lasting change.

Learn More About Ria Health in Wyoming

Ready for a next-generation solution for problem drinking? Learn more about how the Ria Health program works, or schedule an obligation-free call with a member of our team.

Is My Drinking Normal?

Take our short alcohol quiz to learn where you fall on the drinking spectrum and if you might benefit from quitting or cutting back on alcohol.