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Help someone get the care they need with our comprehensive treatment options.

Questions about getting started with Cove Recovery? Our team of treatment experts is standing by 24 hours per day.

How it all works.

There is no one-size-fits-all for substance use disorder.

Our programs provide access to comprehensive addiction treatment anywhere with reliable internet connectivity. We provide medication assisted treatment (MAT), group therapy, one-to-one counseling, peer support, and case management to help patients heal mentally, emotionally, and physically. You can help a patient enroll below or speak to one of our treatment experts 24 hours per day by calling 833.626.2683.

Patients will need a state issued ID (or alternative form of identification) and verified insurance (insurance card or alternative form of validation) to enroll.  Transportation to/from a local pharmacy is important to ensure that medications are taken as prescribed. In addition to a reliable wi-fi or mobile data connection, patients will want a supported web browser downloaded to their device (ex. Chrome, Safari, Firefox).  Please note that some programs are not supported on Internet Explorer.

Care made simpler.

Recovery is now easier than ever.​ Cove Recovery makes it possible.

Cove Recovery is designed to serve patients with substance use disorder throughout Ohio, regardless of insurance.  Patients already active in a methadone program are best served with in-person care.  If you have any questions about which patients would do well in the program, please give us a call.

Ability to pay should never be a barrier to care, so we accept Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance. Explore insurance and payment options.

Ready to start your journey with Cove Recovery’s virtual treatment program?

Complete the form below to ensure we can help. If we aren’t a good fit, we’ll help you find a program that is.

42 CFR Part II: Patients are protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act (HIPAA), but those who are in addiction treatment programs are also covered by 42 CFR Part 2. The goal of Part 2 is to protect patients enrolled in SUD treatment programs from adverse consequences, specifically related to issues such as child custody, divorce, employment, or other criminal or domestic proceedings. It covers the circumstances where patient records can be released to protect the confidentiality of patient records.

Questions about getting started with Cove Recovery? Our team of treatment experts is standing by 24 hours per day.