Workit Health’s 2017 Year In Addiction Treatment

For us at Workit Health, 2017 was a big year forward in addiction treatment. And we couldn't have done it without you.

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For Workit Health, 2017 was a big year forward in addiction treatment.

We wanted to take a moment to give a huge thank you for all your support this year! Workit Health continues to grow and provide better addiction care for all because you were with us every step of this journey. It truly takes a village of support to grow a business, especially one that is actively fighting the opioid epidemic and providing a science-backed way to help people heal. We are so incredibly grateful that you are part of our journey.

Some highlights from 2017:

 Kristin providing addiction treatment at Workit Clinic in Michigan.

  • Good news! We’re now in-network with Blue Care Network.
  • We’ve received a provisional license to provide Intensive Outpatient Services for Substance Use in Michigan.


A future free of addiction is in your hands

Recover from addiction at home with medication, community, and support—from the nonjudmental experts who really care.

Gloria Zhu has a long track record of success in brand building and marketing for innovative companies, across various industries. Being a true believer of healing through self-discovery and positive self-talk, she loves spreading the message of compassion and recovery through Workit Health’s mission.

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