Looking to Stop or Reduce Your Cocaine Use?

Be Well, Texas researchers are conducting a research study to test a potential treatment for cocaine use disorder. Help further substance use research and join our clinical trial today!

Fast Facts

18-65 years old

Regular cocaine user

Compensation Provided

Conducted in san antonio, TX

all information shared is confidential

Study Background

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the effects of extended-release Naltrexone and monthly extended-release Buprenorphine for reducing cocaine craving and use in frequent cocaine users. 

If you decide to participate in this study and are eligible, you will be randomly assigned to take either the study treatment or a placebo (a non-medication sugar pill) over the course of 8 weeks. Help further clinical research and join our compensated study today!

Additional Information

The purpose of this 16-week research study is to evaluate the effects of a potential treatment for cocaine use disorder. 


You may qualify for this study if you meet the following criteria:

  • 18-65 years old
  • Regular cocaine user interested in stopping or reducing your cocaine use
  • Not pregnant

Participants will be involved in the study for about 16 weeks, including a screening/baseline period of up to 3 weeks, 1 week of randomization, 8 weeks of medication, and 4 weeks of follow-up after the end of the medication phase.

Compensation up to $968 will be provided for completing all parts of the study. 

Yes. To arrange transportation, call the research hotline to speak with study staff: 210-450-3760

There is no cost for you to participate in this study.

To get in touch with the research team, please call the research hotline: 210-450-3760.