Recovery Groups

The power of people who really understand, supporting one another through mutual recovery.

Recovery Groups

The power of people who really understand, supporting one another through mutual recovery.

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Addiction is isolating. Recovery shouldn't be.

Recovery groups are an excellent way to find community in recovery. Regularly connecting with people who understand your experiences and emotions from the inside can make you feel less alone and can give you tools to expand your recovery.

Sharing your own stories and tips to help other members can also boost your confidence and self-esteem.

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Support that makes a difference

Moderated to stay on track

Each Workit recovery group is hosted by one of our licensed, trained counselors to help the group to be productive, without taking over the discussion. Meetings are flexible, but usually last 30-60 minutes.

Discretion and choice

Share as much or as little as you like. Many members join to check in and share stories, while others join just to listen and feel connected. You're never required to turn your camera on. The meeting is held in a private virtual meeting room accessible only to other members.

Goals and accountability

Recovery group meetings help participants set SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-limited) goals. Many members find encouragement and motivation in sharing these goals and their progress toward them.

Moderated to stay on track

Each Workit recovery group is hosted by one of our licensed, trained counselors to help the group to be productive, without taking over the discussion. Meetings are flexible, but usually last 30-60 minutes.

Discretion and choice

Share as much or as little as you like. Many members join to check in and share stories, while others join just to listen and feel connected. You're never required to turn your camera on. The meeting is held in a private virtual meeting room accessible only to other members.

Goals and accountability

Recovery group meetings help participants set SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-limited) goals. Many members find encouragement and motivation in sharing these goals and their progress toward them.