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A different kind of recovery group


You don't have to commute to get to these meetings. Workit Health recovery groups are online, so you can connect from anywhere with wifi. Groups meet throughout the week, so choose a day and time that works for you.

No participation pressure

Participate as much or as little as you choose. Turn your camera on or keep it off. Share your story, milestones, and concerns, or tune in to listen. You choose how much you participate.

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Mutual support groups can sometimes feel judgy about the ways we used substances. No matter what or how you used, Workit Health groups are places you can feel safe and find other who understand.

Identify or not

For some of us, labels like "addict" and "alcoholic" are helpful and freeing. For others, they feel painful and stigmatizing. At Workit Health, you never have to identify by a label to be part of the group.

Find a group that feels right

Support groups

Support groups are hosted by coaches and staff who understand recovery. These groups give you an opportunity to build relationships with other people who are on similar recovery paths. Find the support you need and discover the strength that comes from being in community with others.

Therapist-moderated groups

Therapist-moderated groups are hosted by licensed counselors who really care. They use evidence-based strategies drawn from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing to help you learn new coping tools so you can build lasting life changes.


We get it—groups can be scary. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions, so you know what you are getting into.

As a member, log into the Workit Health app on your phone and go to your Dashboard (the house icon in the bottom left). Click on the Community tab, and you will see the groups available. You can self-enroll in as many groups as you like.

Privacy is a major concern for many Workit Health members, so we restrict participation in groups to members only. To ensure this, members must use the email address associated with their Workit profile when logging into a group meeting in order to be admitted.

The length of meetings varies, but most are 30 minutes to an hour. 

(Note: Shared Medical Appointments, which include your clinician, are not classified as “recovery groups,” and last for 60 minutes.)

Group participation is encouraged but not enforced. If you miss a meeting for a group you’ve enrolled in, we may follow up with you, but there won’t be any penalties or punishments. 

There are a wide range of groups, oriented around different focuses. Some of these include:

  • Topics like grief, parenting, spirituality, and stress
  • Tools like meditation, movement, and wellness skills
  • Identities like gender and sexuality

Yes, you can unenroll from a group and enroll in another at any time. It’s okay to try out several groups to find the ones where you feel most connected and supported. 

Group guides help meetings stay on track

Each Workit Health recovery group is hosted by a counselor, coach, or peer in recovery to help the group to be productive, without taking over the discussion. 

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Some of our most popular groups

Not sure where to start? Try some of our most popular support groups (listed below) or enroll in a counselor-led group for your clinic.

Sunday Solidarity: Reflecting, Focusing, Resetting

A dedicated recovery group that meets every Sunday to offer a space for collective reflection, sharpened focus, and a conscious reset for the upcoming week.

10:00 AM ET / 7:00 AM PT

Understanding Alcohol Use: Paths to Sobriety, Self-Care, and Acceptance

We focus on acceptance, self-care, lifestyle changes, and supporting one another.

3:40 PM ET / 12:40 PM PT

Calm & Control: Recovery Through Thought Management

Reclaim your inner peace and master your thought processes during recovery.

6:00 PM ET / 3:00 PM ET

Parenting with Purpose: Skills & Support for Recovery

Designed for parents navigating the dual paths of parenting and personal recovery.

6:00 PM ET / 3:00 PM PT

Morning Motivation: De-Stress and Refocus Fast

Feel empowered with quick, effective strategies to alleviate stress and sharpen focus.

10:40 AM ET / 7:40 AM PT

Weekend Wins: Triggers & Support

A vibrant weekend recovery group designed to foster a community of support, share strategies for managing triggers, and celebrate successes.

10:00 AM ET / 7:00 AM PT

If recovery is like coming home to myself, my community is the lighthouse that led me there.
Max Backer
Workit Health Community Manager

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