Remote ADHD treatment that delivers real results
Following your self-assessment, a Frida clinician will call you for a full diagnostic assessment to confirm if you have ADHD.
Your Frida clinician will work alongside you to create a personalized treatment plan, which may include medication.
If prescribed medication, your clinician will check in monthly to understand how you're feeling and potentially adjust your dose.
Once you're happy with how your treatment makes you feel, you'll keep receiving the same dose, with check-ins every 3 months.
Having the chance to talk to someone at Frida about my life experiences and having someone support me in figuring out what I’ve been going through has been affirming and eye-opening. Contrary to my expectations, receiving an ADHD diagnosis has given me power in my life.”
The team at Frida have been so fantastic on my ADHD journey so far. From listening to my struggles and concerns during my initial diagnosis, to making sure I get the treatment that works for me, I’m so glad I found them. If you want a friendly, helpful and compassionate group of people to help you on your journey then I highly recommend Frida!
Having experienced ADHD symptoms as a child, I wanted to reassess my condition as an adult. My friend recommended Frida to me, and I'm so grateful! The clinicians and the support team helped me understand and find the proper treatment for my diagnosis in an efficient and effective manner. I would highly recommend Frida.
After years of struggling with symptoms I didn’t fully understand, the wonderful health care practitioners at Frida have not only given me affirming answers but have also developed an effective and patient-led treatment plan that has me seeing positive results in only a matter of weeks. I have felt supported every step of the way, and would fully recommend this clinic to anyone who is struggling with ADHD symptoms.
I have had a great experience with Frida. They have been very helpful throughout the medication process and seem to really care about getting everything just right while remaining cautious about side effects!
2 / 3
of Frida patients report a significant improvement in ADHD symptoms within 6 weeks.
of Frida patients report a significant increase in hopefulness and feelings of self-worth after 6 weeks.
1 / 2
of Frida patients pay $0 for their ADHD medications.
Keep moving forward with ongoing care and support
ADHD treatment doesn’t stop with a prescription. Frida’s team is with you every step of the way to answer your questions and help reach your goals.
Advice and assistance
as soon as you need it
No more waiting rooms! Just message the Frida care team your ADHD-related medical questions and get answers right away, no matter where you are.
Average response time: 3 hours
Regular check-ins with
your Frida clinician
Even after your treatment is stabilized and you’re happy with your dose, your Frida clinician will stay in touch to ensure you’re on the right track.
Check-ins scheduled every 3 months
On-demand clinical appointments
ADHD medication made accessible and affordable
We find options beyond both public and private insurance to help you get your prescription delivered at the lowest price possible — often for free.
Medications prescribed online
On-time refills delivered to your door
50%+ of Frida patients pay $0 for their medication
FAQs about continuous care
Do I need to enroll in continuous care?
Continuous care is an optional service from Frida that provides ongoing clinician appointments, medication management (including free delivery), and unlimited messaging with our care team for just $29 a month with no commitments.
While continuous care isn't mandatory, it's a crucial part of what we offer, and we strongly encourage anyone who receives an ADHD diagnosis to join. Following up on your diagnosis with the right treatment, provided by people that really get ADHD, is the best way to create the change you're looking for.
How is my treatment plan decided?
Your clinician will balance a number of factors including the severity of your symptoms, your medical history, and any other health conditions you may be contributing to your symptoms. There is no one size fits all approach.
How often will I meet with my clinician?
After you’ve completed your initial assessment and been prescribed treatment from your Frida clinician, they’ll continue to meet with you monthly to ensure your treatment is going well, or if your treatment plan requires changes.
Once you've reached a stable state with your treatment, you’ll continue to meet your clinician every 3 months.
How does the medication titration process work?
Titration is a process where your clinician works closely with you to find the optimal dose of medication to maximize benefits and minimize side effects.
Your Frida clinician will recommend the medication they think is best for you.
You will be prescribed a low dose to get you started.
After two weeks, they will speak with you again by phone to see how things are going and potentially adjust your dose.
They will continue to speak with you by phone and through secure messages every 4 weeks until you both believe the medication is working well for you.
Does Frida prescribe medications?
Frida prescribes all medications recommended in the Canadian ADHD practice guidelines. If medication is part of your treatment plan, there is no one size fits all - your clinician will recommend medication(s) based on a variety of factors.
If you have anxiety and/or depression (which are common in people with ADHD), your clinician will create a holistic treatment plan, and will also prescribe medication for these conditions.
Which medication will I be prescribed?
If you are prescribed medication, your clinician will recommend the medication they think is best for you. This depends on your medical history, symptoms, and unique circumstances. There is no one size fits all approach.
You also may be prescribed non-ADHD medications for example for anxiety or depression if your clinician believes these are what you need.
Not everyone is prescribed medication.
Do ADHD medications have the potential for misuse/abuse?
The medications that treat ADHD have the potential for misuse and abuse, however, there is no evidence that suggests using stimulant medications as prescribed for ADHD increases your risk of developing substance use disorders (source).
You will have consistent check-ins with our care team to make sure that the prescribed dosage is working for you.
How can Frida help me save money on medication?
One of the best benefits of Frida's continuous care membership is access to medication at greatly reduced costs.
Over 70% of Frida patients pay less than $20 a month for their medication and 50% pay $0 per month.
If you're prescribed the generic version of Adderall — one of the most common prescriptions for ADHD — Frida is able to offer a greatly discounted price through our continuous care program.
If you're prescribed a branded medication (such as Vyvanse or Adderall), the Frida care team will help you find and access co-pay assistance programs from pharmaceutical manufacturers to help you save more.
Which medications can Frida help lower the cost of?
We can help you lower the cost for almost all the first-line recommended treatments for ADHD in Canada, as per the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines:
We cannot help you lower the cost of Foquest at this point in time.
What will my cost of medication be after co-pay assistance?
While it depends on the medication you are prescribed and whether you have private insurance, most people with private insurance pay no more than $10 per month.
Most people without private insurance pay $75 per month.
How does Frida's financial assistance program for generic medications work?
If a generic medication is prescribed, a Frida-affiliated pharmacist will call you to discuss how Frida's financial assistance will lower the cost for you. People with private insurance usually pay a maximum of $10 per month.
Frida has been able to create this program by working directly with the pharmaceutical industry to get them to invest in financial aid programs.
Does Frida provide therapy?
Frida is currently developing behavioral management resources, including self-directed and group therapy programs organized by Frida clinicians.
These non-medication treatment programs will be announced shortly.
Access to these programs will be free with all Frida subscriptions.