A new way to recover from drugs or alcohol in Utah

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A new way to recover from drugs or alcohol in Utah

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By Workit Health Content Team

Medically Reviewed by Gwen Jackson, PA-C

Reviewed: October 5, 2022

Alcohol or drug rehab for Utah residents from the privacy of home

Workit Health affiliated providers offer clinical care to help you quit opioids or alcohol. Talk with our clinicians and coaches from your smartphone, laptop, or computer.


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Our digital program provides comprehensive support for your recovery, right in the palm of your hand. Meet with your coach, provider, and care team through virtual appointments held on our HIPAA-compliant, privacy-protected app.

Get the accessible, nonjudgmental treatment you deserve, right in the privacy of home.

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

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