Quit drinking in the comfort of your own home
Workit Health uses the latest technology to bring you help from compassionate experts. You simply choose a goal, and we design a program to work for you.
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If you’re struggling with alcohol, you’re not alone. Over 14 million adults in the U.S. struggle with alcohol use disorder. Whether you moderate or quit, we’ll be there every step of the way with you. Get back to enjoying life without alcohol.
Alcohol Self-Assessment Quiz
Do I have a drinking problem?
Take our self-assessment to check on your drinking and find out if Workit Health is right for you.
This tool should not be used as a replacement for a clinical diagnosis.
Frequently Asked Questions
About half of all people who quit drinking will experience withdrawal symptoms. Those with significant alcohol dependence may experience more severe withdrawal symptoms such as seizures or what is commonly referred to as delirium tremens. This type of severe alcohol withdrawal may be fatal without proper medical care.
At Workit Health, we offer medical treatment for alcohol use in Alaska, California, Michigan, New Jersey, Washington, Oregon, Florida, Texas, Minnesota, and Ohio. This means you can receive medication to help you get through alcohol withdrawal, from the privacy of home.
For Workit members in other states, we offer online therapy to support you as you stop drinking. Our compassionate counselors can help you find the resources you need to ensure a safe medical detox in your area when necessary.
Workit Health brings evidence-based alcohol addiction treatment to your phone via our Android and iOS app. Our personalized curriculum of therapeutic courses helps you explore the reasons for your alcohol use and learn strategies to help you moderate drinking or quit drinking altogether.
We worked with experts and advisors to ensure each quick course offers practical takeaways for the real world, based on proven techniques like motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy.