Online coaching for addiction to support your journey

Our knowledgeable coaches and therapeutic curriculum help you find recovery from addiction. Find the tools you need to thrive without drugs or alcohol.

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Online coaching for addiction to support your journey

Our knowledgeable coaches and therapeutic curriculum help you find recovery from addiction. Find the tools you need to thrive without drugs or alcohol.

Choose your goal

Choose one or more goals to work on. We will support you in making the decision about whether moderation or abstinence is right for you.

Connect with a coach

Our coaches offer nonjudgmental, solutions-focused support and recovery groups to help you take control of your life and overcome addiction.

Rewire your brain

Our personalized recovery curriculum will help you gain valuable and life-changing insight about your behaviors and how to change them.


Specialized programs designed according to your recovery goals

It’s common to use more than one drug. Our clinical and coaching teams offer support for all types of substance and process addictions.

Start feeling like yourself again

Trust us to help you overcome addiction

Workit online coaches support all recovery goals. We are committed to empowering you to overcome whatever challenges you’re facing. 

All of our coaches are trained in harm reduction and evidence-based techniques proven to help you recover. 


Understand yourself on a new level

 Understanding your history, relationships, and thought processes will help you break free from old patterns and gain a newfound insight into your behavior. 

You’ll make more informed and empowered choices that put you and your well-being first.   

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What can I expect from the courses?

We have carefully designed our courses and worked with experts and advisors to ensure that each quick course offers practical takeaways and personalized content. Our interactive courses combine the latest research on addiction science with therapy techniques like motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy. Our goal is to empower you to apply your newfound insight in your real world to effect lasting change.

Learn more about the Workit courses.

How do I meet with the coach?

You may have recovery group sessions with other members who have similar experiences and recovery goals. These take place in a private video meeting accessed via the Workit Health app. Participate at the level you’re comfortable with; you are never required to turn your camera on or to share in a group meeting.

Depending on your location and plan, you may also receive 1:1 check-ins with a coach. You can meet with your coach directly via the Workit Health app, in the way that is most comfortable for you. Many of our members choose to have chat sessions, while others prefer video chats. 

Learn more about telemedicine addiction treatment.

Is abstinence a requirement of the Workit program?

No. Abstinence isn’t a requirement of any of our programs. Workit Health is harm reduction-based, which means we support any type of positive change. If abstinence is your goal, we’ll help you get there. But if you’re looking to moderate or figure out your relationship with substances, we’ll help you with that, too.

How do I sign up?

The signup process is 100% confidential and takes just a few minutes. Sign up and schedule your appointment directly online:

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Is the Workit Health program confidential?

Just like your in-person doctor’s office, at Workit Health we take your privacy seriously. For those who want the finer details: Workit Health is HIPAA-compliant, WCAG-accessible, and a SOC 2 Type II compliant program—an industry leader in telehealth care. You can trust that we will never release your information to anyone without your permission.


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