Discreet online coaching to help you quit drugs

Whether you want to quit all drugs or cut back on one you’re using too much, Workit Health can help. Get support from compassionate experts, from the privacy of your home.

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Discreet online coaching to help you quit drugs

Whether you want to quit all drugs or cut back on one you’re using too much, Workit Health can help. Get support from compassionate experts, from the privacy of your home.

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If your substance use feels out of control, we're here to help

Our knowledgeable coaches are trained in harm reduction, relapse prevention, and person-centered care. Whether you moderate or quit, we’ll be there every step of the way with you. Get back to enjoying life without drugs controlling your life.

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Drugs Self-Assessment Quiz

Is your drug use becoming a problem?

Take our quick self-assessment to find out if your drug use is a problem and if Workit Health is right for you.

This tool should not be used as a replacement for a clinical diagnosis.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of drugs can Workit Health help me quit?

Workit Health’s digital addiction care program combines the latest research on the science of addiction, with compassionate support from knowledgeable online coaches. Our members receive help for substance use disorders including opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, hallucinogens, inhalants, benzodiazepines, and prescription stimulants.

How do I know if my drug use is a problem?

Many people are able to use substances recreationally. However, others find that their drug use may be affecting their ability to enjoy and function in everyday life. If you experience cravings for the drug or if you have withdrawal symptoms when you stop taking it, these may be signs of drug dependency. Other signs include the inability to enjoy life without the drug, negative consequences in your personal or professional life due to sustained drug use, or regularly going over any limits for drug use that you set for yourself.

How can I get help for a loved one struggling with drug addiction?

Remember that drug addiction isn’t a character flaw or moral failing, but a brain disease that responds to treatment. Many people associate receiving support for addiction with leaving their families to go away to rehab or with 12-step meetings. Workit Health offers an alternative: a digital support program your loved one can complete via mobile app, in short sessions at home.

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