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Person-centered care based on your patients' needs

Empowered by our technology, we provide our members with unparalleled access to a dedicated care team and multiple methods for staying engaged and motivated in their recovery.
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Long-term support for those struggling with SUD

Substance Use Disorder is a chronic disease and we treat it as such through our holistic, long-term recovery that provides ongoing support for as long as our members need us.

An extension of your services

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Recovery Capital

Using our proprietary model, we can quantitatively measure 40 aspects of biopsychosocial well-being. We use this to maximize strengths and strengthen skills needed to achieve goals in other areas of life.

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Peer Coaching

Our Certified Recovery Coaches know recovery is not a linear process because they have been through it themselves. They support skill building and goal achievement through our leading-edge coaching sessions.

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Easy referral process

Our referral process takes less than 2 minutes to complete. You tell us what the person needs to succeed and within an hour of the referral being made, we will begin to put it all into action.

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Care Navigation

Our Clinical LCSW Care Navigators are experts at helping our members connect to and meaningfully use services both inside and outside the healthcare system that strengthen recovery.

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Medication assistance*

From setting medication adherence routines to connecting to MAT, we are well equipped to help. We use surveys and assessments to track adherence and help people achieve better medication related outcomes.

*Currently only available in Massachusetts

Peer recovery coaching has been shown to increase the use of PCPs and reduce ER costs

(Kamon & Turner, 2013)
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Medication-Assisted Treatment

Comprehensive recovery care

Our fully comprehensive approach entails medications to treat substance use disorders for those who may benefit. We are well-equipped to incorporate these medications into your patients' recovery plan to ensure they feel safe and supported.

*Currently only available in Massachusetts

Security & Compliance

We’re committed to your security

Halcyon Health is HIPAA compliant and treats data privacy and security with the utmost importance.

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Members with moderate to severe depression experience decreased depression after 30 days with Halcyon

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Affordable and holistic care for your needs

Halcyon Care
Billed monthly
Care Team consisting of Board-Certified Addiction Medicine Physician, Pharmacist, Clinical Care Navigator, and Certified Peer Recovery Coach
Unlimited in-app Care Team messaging, video and/or phone call appointments
Customized Recovery Plan
24/7 access to hundreds of items of Halcyon content such as videos, exercises, modules and surveys
Care Coordination to other clinical and non-clinical services in your community
Access to Peer Coach-led Groups 
Medication Management
Toxicology screening and labs included in cost
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See how Halcyon compares

vs. Online Treatment Programs

Halcyon Care Plus
Online Treatment Programs

vs. Traditional Therapy

Halcyon Care Plus
Traditional Therapy

vs. MAT Clinics

Halcyon Care Plus
MAT Clinic

vs. Inpatient Rehab

Halcyon Care Plus
Inpatient Rehab
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Halcyon Health fills an enormous gap in our complex, fragmented care system.

Dr. Nicholas Gavin
Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine at Columbia University & Halcyon Advisory Board Member
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Your patients are in good hands.

We’re committed to their continued care and well-being
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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
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James Chaukos
Co-Founder & CFO
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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

Kamon, J., & Turner, W. (2013). Recovery coaching in recovery centers: What the initial data suggest: A brief report from the Vermont
Recovery Network. Montpelier, VT: Evidence-Based Solutions.

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