Workit Health helps you beat opioid addiction with Suboxone treatment and online therapy. Only one office visit required.

Meet your care team at our Lafayette clinic, then continue Suboxone treatment + online therapy from home. 

Payment: Most insurance accepted with a copay, private pay, sliding scale fee, grant assistance available.*

 Get Suboxone and online therapy in Walnut Creek, California.

Workit Health Contra Costa

911 Moraga Rd.
Suite 200
Lafayette, CA 94549

Telephone: (925) 395-4255




*No cash is accepted or kept on site at our clinic location.

Meet The Workit Health Contra Costa Team


Dr Melody Glenn, MD

Dr. Melody Glenn oversees the patient-centered care model at Workit Health as the CMO. Based in the Bay Area, California, she's a board-certified Suboxone doctor with extensive experience in harm reduction, opioid addiction, and medication-assisted treatment like buprenorphine.

"Working in emergency medicine, I’ve seen the suffering of opioid addiction firsthand. Anyone struggling with opiate addiction should have access to buprenorphine to ease withdrawal symptoms and help get their life back on track. "
— Dr. Melody Glenn, MD


Dorothy Moore, FNP

Dorothy Moore, FNP, has 15 years experience as an ICU and ER nurse with additional training as an Family Nurse Practitioner, emphasizing addiction medicine. She is the mother of three grown children. In her spare time she swims and hikes with her husband and golden retriever. 

"After many years of emergency department nursing, I have seen that the system isn't always kind to people with addiction. We want to be different. We are here to help you, not judge you. We believe addiction is a chronic disease, not a moral failing."
— Dorothy Moore, FNP

What Workit Health Members Are Saying:

“Workit is a refreshing new take on rehab that will help many people with addiction! Very flexible, private, and realistic. By far one of the coolest new approaches to help fight addiction!”
— Workit Health Member

What to expect at Workit Health in the Bay Area?

Bay Area, California Addiction Recovery News