Addiction affects every business

Make a difference in your workplace and the community by becoming a sponsor or a FIT @ Work partner.

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About FIT @ Work

About 70% of those with addiction go to work. But only one in 10 will get help – often due to shame and fear, driving tremendous costs in the workplace.

Offer peer coaching as a mental health benefit to your employees and their loved ones.

  • Make it easy for your employees and their family members to access high quality and convenient support.
  • Improve productivity, manage risk and reduce costs related to addiction.
  • See results that deliver a proven ROI for your company.

How it works

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About corporate sponsorships

Your organization can make a meaningful difference in the lives of those impacted by addiction. All donation amounts are welcome.

  • Make a difference in the community by helping us reach people in financial need.
  • Champion culture change by rallying in support of those impacted by addiction.

See the options

The costs to employers

Seven in 10 employers experience issues associated with prescription drug misuse, such as employee absenteeism, decreased job performance and injury.

According to the National Safety Council, the odds of accidentally dying from an opioid overdose are now greater than the odds of dying in a car accident. Calculate the costs of addiction to your business here.

98%

The increase in preventable opioid deaths from 2013 to 2017

29 days 

Missed annually by workers who misuse pain medication

3 times

The healthcare costs for workers misusing pain medication

“FIT @ Work helps us demonstrate care for our employees by getting them effective help for this serious issue in a confidential and meaningful way.”

– Kasia King, HR Director, GE Johnson Construction Co. 

Our coaching results

75%

Reduce addiction-related
healthcare use

89%

Reduce the negative impact on
their employment 

82%

Improve connections to others
and their community