how we help

Compassionate, whole-person care to help you achieve long-term recovery

We meet our community members where they are and provide personalized care plans to help them get the future they want. Our commitment to their health and wellbeing is unwavering and without judgement.

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A flexible, accessible, comprehensive approach to addiction and mental health recovery.


Our approach treats the whole person.

We believe that in order to help you achieve long-term recovery, we need to treat your whole person, rather than just your addiction. This includes your mental, physical, social health.

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We offer in-person & virtual care.

Our care isn't confined to our physical clinic locations– it reaches beyond their walls to meet you in a location that is convenient for you in your recovery journey.


We provide flexible payment options.

Everyone who seeks mental health and addiction treatment should be able to access care without the barrier of cost. We will help you navigate your payment options and insurance benefits to find the right plan for you.

our services

How we help our community members

Your personalized care plan will include medication-assisted treatment to ease withdrawal symptoms, as well as medication management for co-occurring mental health disorders like anxiety or depression. We believe that connectedness is key to overcoming addiction, so our program also includes access to community resources through our nurses & Community Recovery Partners (CRPs).

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Medication-assisted treatment

Medication-assisted treatment includes the use of medications such as Suboxone, Vivitrol, or Naltrexone as part of a personalized plan for recovery. These medications can help relieve cravings, reduce withdrawal symptoms, and prevent relapse and overdose to aid in long-term recovery.

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Therapy & counseling

While cravings and withdrawal may affect the body, addiction’s emotional burden takes a large toll on the mind. Individual and group therapy is offered in the clinic, virtually, and in community settings to help restore your mental and emotional health.

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Mental health problems and addiction can sometimes occur together. To help you make the most of your care, our team of psychiatric professionals complete a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and work with you to create an individualized care plan that manages both your addiction and mental health symptoms.

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Recovery coaching

Recovery is hard work that can be done much more easily with the help of others. As part of your treatment at Eleanor Health, a member of our Community Recovery Partner (CRP) team will provide you with individual assistance throughout your care. Your CRP will work with you closely to best understand your specific needs and act as your biggest advocate.

A woman joining a one-on-one telehealth session for addiction recovery treatment


At Eleanor, we utilize telehealth services in order to provide convenient and accessible support for our community members. Telehealth can be a helpful tool that connects you to your care team when and where you need it most.

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Help my loved one

At Eleanor, we recognize the stress you may feel watching a loved one struggle with addiction. We offer therapy, support groups, and other community-based support for family and friends of people with substance use disorders to help provide care, comfort, and resources that will help you best support your loved one and yourself.

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Do you think you might have a problem with drugs or alcohol?

If you're drinking more alcohol than usual or beginning to use drugs to cope with stress, you should be aware of the risks of developing a dependency. Find out if you should be concerned by answering four questions. Wherever you are in your recovery journey, we can help!

who we treat

Care customized for you

We welcome every person in need of support and are here to help you build confidence and momentum towards the future you want. We work with many different types of people, including adults with alcohol, opioid, or other substance use disorders, older adults who may require more intensive medical support, relapsed individuals seeking to re-engage in their recovery, and pregnant women in need of addiction care and OB/GYN services.

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We're here to help

We know reaching out can be hard. Call today to speak with one of our recovery specialists. We will listen, learn, and offer support – without judgment. We welcome every person in need of support.

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