Our Impact

Results that help our members thrive

Our effective, evidence-based care  ensures the best results for our members' lasting recovery.
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The issue

Lack of standardization

Less than 4 of 23M people with SUD receive any care, with a fraction of those receiving evidence-based care – despite the fact that coordinated care, medication assisted treatment (MAT), peer recovery coaching and social determinants all correlate to better outcomes.

Fragmented provider landscape

The provider landscape consists of hospitals, primary care, outpatient, inpatient, specialty behavioral health clinics, social service agencies, and housing providers – all of which are disconnected from one another and maintain competing priorities.

Isolated episodic focus

The current treatment system is designed to deliver urgent, one-time interventions and fails to promote holistic, long-term recovery that includes ongoing coach support, provider coordination , access to community resources, and personalized care planning.

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Members on average report a significant improvement in coping skills in between assessments

average H.O.M.E. score improvement

Members have an average increase of nine points in their recovery capital H.O.M.E. scores between treatment plan periods.

Improved GAD Scores

75% of members who score above a 10 on the GAD, see a decrease in their scores and experiences of anxiety after 30 days with support from Halcyon.

Improved PHQ Scores

99% of members who score above a 10 on the PHQ, see a decrease in their scores and experiences of depression after 30 days with support from Halcyon.

Our White Paper

Recovering from SUD takes a village

Substance use disorder (SUD) is a large and growing problem in the U.S. It is estimated that 1 in 12 American adults has an SUD, meaning they are dependent on alcohol and/or illicit drugs. The coronavirus pandemic has made the situation worse.

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An effective healing process that yields sustainable treatment, behavior change, and support that positively changes lives.

Brad Wilson
Former CEO of Bluecross Blueshield of North Carolina & Member of Halcyon’s Board of Directors
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Daily access to  CPRC’s
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Cost reduction for emergency and other medical services
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Better member experience and higher satisfaction
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Cost reduction for behavioral health services


Shelly Weizman
Associate Director, Addiction & Public Policy
O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law
Benjamin Schnapp, MD, MED
Associate Residency Dir., Emergency Medicine
UW School of Medicine & Public Health
Eric Bailly
Business Solutions Director
James Chaukos
Co-Founder & CFO
Cricket Health
Suchi Saria
Director, ML and Healthcare Lab
John Hopkins University
Martha Temple
Former CEO
Optum Behavioral Health
Brad Wilson
Former CEO
BCBS North Carolina
Kay Nikiforova
Former Head of Behavioral Health
Oscar Health
Alan Spiro
Former SVP & Chief Medical Officer
Blue Health Intelligence
Jeff Rubin, MA, MS, EdD
Former VP, Clinical Operations
Cigna Behavioral Health
Isaac Kastenbaum
Managing Director
Primary Care Development Corp.
Benjamin Bearnot, MD, MPH, FASAM
Massachusetts General Hospital
David Best, PhD
Professor, Author, Researcher
University of Derby
Nicholas Gavin, MD, MBA, MS
Vice Chair, Clinical Ops, Emergency Medicine
Columbia University

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