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A better way to recover from drugs or alcohol for Ohioans

Virtual substance use treatment available in Ohio. A single in-person appointment may be required to begin medication-assisted treatment for opioids.

Virtual* drug and alcohol rehab in Ohio

*The state of Ohio may require a single in-person appointment to begin medication-assisted treatment for opioids.

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Workit Health offers online therapy and medication to help you quit opioids or alcohol. Talk with our clinicians and counselors from your smartphone, laptop, or computer.

Real experts. Real people.

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Your recovery and addiction treatment homebase

Meet with your Counselors, Providers, and Care Team through virtual appointments* held on our HIPAA-compliant, privacy-protected app.

*The state of Ohio may require a single in-person appointment to begin medication-assisted treatment for opioids.

Your Local Care Team

Eric, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Jennifer, AGNP-BC

Nurse Practitioner

Heather, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Harpreet, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Blaise, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Thomas, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Lauren, LCDC III

Recovery Counselor

L’Tanya

Recovery Counselor

Cierra Jackson

Cierra, LPCC, LICDC

Recovery Counselor

CheTayah

Medical Assistant

Kim

Medical Assistant

Catherine

Medical Assistant

Teha

Member Support Specialist

Alexis

Member Support Specialist

Lindsay Martin

Lindsay

Care Coach

Donita

Care Coach

Latasha

Care Coach

Jennifer

Care Coach

Real and unedited reviews from our members

5/5

This program is wonderful, if you're wanting help this is your ONE STOP TO RECOVERY. It's a win, win they love helping you & I now love Workit. My Dr is great & so is my counselor, couldn't ask for any better.

Frances, 2021
5/5

Workit = lifesaver.
Great program here! Easy to set up and use. Couldn’t have been easier to do the whole thing! Now it’s up to me to make it work!!

Mike, 2021
5/5

The coaches, groups, and classes the program has are HUGE for helping me stay focused on my sobriety. I have daily reminders that I'm fighting to stay sober for a reason.

Amy, 2021