Drug Courts

Klinic’s online addiction treatment platform improves patient outcomes and access while decreasing costs.

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Virtual medication-assisted treatment and counseling platform improves access and increases effectiveness of Drug Court substance abuse programs.

Drug courts are a demonstrably effective alternative to jail or prison, and they have removed numerous obstacles to treatment. But many drug court teams are still operating primarily in-person. Like rehab centers and addiction physicians across the country, court
coordinators can lead their drug court teams to remove even more barriers to access by extending their care online.

Court coordinators have an opportunity to meet program goals by capitalizing on the benefits of online addiction treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD). An online program is far easier to scale to meet growing demands, and this decreases the strain on court coordinators who already have so much to manage.

The Klinic platform enables drug courts to offer virtual medication-assisted treatment and counseling through a streamlined, user-friendly platform.

Online medication-assisted treatment (MAT):

  • Is affordable
  • Removes barriers such as transportation, appointment time conflicts, or other access issues
  • Offers participants consistency, even if they move or change jobs
  • Substantially reduces overhead, because no physical building is required
  • Enables convenient, virtual access to physicians, counselors, and other providers, supporting any work-from-home initiatives

Simplifying Drug Court Substance Abuse Programs

Klinic is not meant to replace any aspect of drug court programs. Instead, it is easily integrated to complement and extend existing programs. Klinic’s platform enables drug courts to further break through treatment obstacles, including:

  • Transportation issues
  • Time constraints due to jobs, childcare, etc.
  • Financial constraints due to loss of work

Not only does online medication-assisted treatment give patients better access to the sobriety support they need, it enables court coordinators and their teams to extend their program reach without proportionally increasing costs. Continue reading for more benefits.



Save Time and Money on Software

Most counties and drug courts do not have the money or technical staff required to build an online treatment program. Court coordinators are likely aware of how costly, time-intensive, and risky software projects can be. Nor should drug court teams or program participants have to wait 6 to 12 months for the software to be built when people need help right now.

Klinic online addiction treatment platform is already built. Only a short ramp up timeline is required, and a drug court may begin delivering medication-assisted treatment and/or counseling services to participants via our affordable, scalable and customizable platform.



Klinic is software. Unlike in-person programs, software offerings can be adapted rapidly. The Klinic platform is capable of delivering a variety of sobriety support services, including:

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Chat-Based Messaging with a Physician
  • Therapist-Moderated Support Groups
  • On-Demand Access to Provider Appointments

A court coordinator can choose to utilize all of our available services or cherry-pick what works for their county’s budget, objectives, and participant population. At any time, they can add services, such as group counseling. Klinic simply turns on the required features.



Drug courts have faced extensive scrutiny, and they’ve proven time and time again to be effective. It’s critical that court coordinators have the data they need to measure a drug court program’s efficacy and to be able to adjust as necessary.

Klinic is a metric-driven company. We deliver medication-assisted treatment directly to individuals, and we work with addiction physicians and nurse practitioners and rehab centers. The online and ongoing nature of our medication-assisted treatment services enables us to collect data on patients’ participation and results, as well as other metrics that lead to important program insights.

Court coordinators will have access to insights derived from our comprehensive, nationwide metrics. Likewise, they’ll also be able to access important data on their specific program participants in order to continue to provide the most informed and data-driven care. This improves quality assurance and enables the drug court’s mission.

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