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Addiction Treatment from the comfort of home

Our secure and confidential outpatient addiction treatment services include:

Fully personalized virtual drug & alcohol rehab

Individual online appointments with a licensed clinician

  Safe medical detox

  Medication, therapy, & peer support

How can Eleanor Health help?

Help for me
If you want to quit opioids or reduce or quit drinking, learn more about our virtual addiction treatment services. We offer a combination of medication, therapy, and peer support to start you on your recovery journey.

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Help for my loved one
Is someone you care about struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol? If you want to help but aren’t sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place. Learn how to support your loved one on their path toward recovery.

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Is outpatient rehab the right step for you? Learn more about treatment options, virtual appointments, medications, and insurance coverage from our Resource Center.

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The proof is in the data

Of members report a reduction in substance cravings
Of members most recent urine screening met their goals
Of members report a reduction in depression
How it works
A provider speaks with an Eleanor Health care team member to refer their patient for addiction treatment
Step 1
A call with our team at no cost to you
We will chat with you about our program and make sure it is the right fit for you. This call is judgment-free, private, and secure. We will ask you questions, such as: What health concerns are you calling about? Are there any barriers preventing you from receiving care? What insurance do you have?
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Step 2
Book your first appointment
If we sound like a good fit, we will schedule your first appointment in your first call. In most cases, we can see you within 2 days, if not same day or next day. This appointment can be virtual or in-person based on your preference. Depending on your insurance, it could also be at no cost to you.
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Step 3
Your first appointment
At your first appointment, you will meet with a care team member who will create your customized treatment plan. The care team member could be a nurse, a doctor, a therapist or a care coordinator depending on your specific needs.
Peer support
Step 4
The journey to feeling better
Depending on your needs we will schedule your next appointments and ensure you are getting the right care. Aspects of this journey include: therapy, prescription refills, peer coaching, health coaching, and on-going support to truly get better.


The Eleanor experience is best described in our community members’ own words. Watch these videos to hear real experiences from our community members.

Steve’s Story

Becoming addicted to opioids after a skateboarding injury, Steve has overcome his substance use disorder to step up for his son and his family.

“I was either going to die, be homeless, end up in jail…being clean is well worth it.”

Watch Steve’s Story

Krista’s Story

After struggling with alcohol addiction for years, Krista finally reaches out for help.

“It took a long time for me to admit to myself that I had a problem.”

Watch Krista’s Story

Alicia’s Story

“My greatest achievement this year has been keeping the promise to myself that I would remain sober during the week. What that has done for my mental acuity, what that has done for my ability to be present when I’m at home, and what that has done for my resilience and ability to cope has been life-changing. That’s the biggest thing that I’m proud of.”

Watch Alicia’s Story

Cindy’s Story

Conquering opioid addiction after surgery

“My greatest joy is actually being able to finally look myself in the mirror and say, ‘Good job.’ All this time, I never patted myself on the back or thought I was doing good. I can now look in the mirror, smile and say, ‘You’re not such a bad person.’”

Watch Cindy’s Story

Isaac’s Story

“My family and I are reconciling. My ex-wife and I routinely see one other and she has no problem with me having my children on the weekend. And I was over there for Thanksgiving, and we had a wonderful time. Things are getting better, and I’m hopeful.”

Watch Isaac’s Story
Sound like Eleanor Health might be right for you?