Get online therapy and video visits for Suboxone treatment, now in-network with Priority Health in Michigan.
Opioid addiction is hard. Finding treatment for opioid addiction shouldn’t be.
At Workit Health, our goal is to make opioid addiction treatment engaging, affordable, and as easy as possible. This means:
Online Suboxone treatment after a single in-person visit.
After a single in-person visit to our Ann Arbor location, all follow-up care can be done online from the privacy of your home, with a smartphone or computer.
Your Suboxone prescription will be sent via e-script to your local pharmacy.
After a single in-person visit, all follow up visits with your doctor or nurse practitioner will be done via confidential video messaging through Workit Health’s online program. Skip the waiting room.
Stay on track with 24/7 messaging with your own recovery coach.
They’ll be there for you when cravings hit, to motivate you to reach your goals, and to offer advice in sticky situations.
Join online recovery groups to meet people all over the state.
Connect with people all in different stages of opioid addiction recovery, in groups guided by a licensed counselor. Learn from each other, and grow together.
Grow and learn with a personalized curriculum of science-backed courses.
The Workit Health courses teach you practical skills for recovery, like how to manage cravings, heal relationships in recovery, and recognize negative thinking patterns.
The entire Workit Health opioid addiction program is now in network with Priority Health in Michigan. If you’re ready to quit but not sure where to start, or ready to switch from your current provider to a more convenient, effective, and evidence-based model of care, give us a call today.
Get Suboxone & online therapy.
Now in-network with Priority Health.
As Workit Health's Head of Marketing, Kali Lux leans in to the culture gap between addiction, recovery, and medicine. She's interested in finding solutions that work for substance users better than drinking or drugging does, and believes Workit is one of them. She's written extensively on her own experience through addiction into long-term recovery. Connect with her on Twitter: @kalireadsbooks.