Behavioral Health Services

Bicycle Health believes in a team-based approach to recovery, which is why we make therapy and peer-support services available to patients, including:

  • Short-term individual counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Solutions-focused therapy for patients in crisis,
  • Peer-support services.

Therapy Services Overview

Our behavioral health specialists work exclusively with patients with opioid use disorder (OUD), which means they’re trained and experienced in helping people with OUD.
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What to Expect from Therapy

In early recovery, patients may have an initial consultation with a behavioral health therapist, in addition to regular provider meetings, in order to help establish the patient’s overall wellness and identify their goals for recovery. Therapy is not a requirement for patients, there’s ample clinical research showing that OUD treatment is more successful when medical care is combined with behavioral health care. Our therapists help patients understand their OUD, build relapse prevention skills, and address underlying health conditions like depression or anxiety that can lead to relapse.


Therapy is included for all insurance-paying patients. Deductibles or copays may apply. Patients who are self-pay, can elect to pay out-of-pocket for therapy services. All therapy services are optional. To enroll, to your provider during a visit, or reach out for support in the Bicycle Health app.

Peer Support Programs

As part of our patient care we offer online, peer-led support programs which serve as safe, confidential spaces to work toward your recovery goals with others who are in recovery. During these sessions, patients have the opportunity to connect with peers, share experiences, learn strategies for maintaining wellness and abstinence from opioid use, and share experiences and encouragement with other patients.

We welcome participation from all Bicycle Health patients regardless of how long they’ve been in recovery. Patients can participate in any way they feel comfortable, including simply listening to the experiences of others.

What to Expect

Each Peer Support Program is led by a Bicycle Health Recovery Coach—all of whomare in long-term OUD recovery themselves.

At the start of each hour-long session, the Recovery Coach will introduce themselves and give attendees the opportunity to share how they're doing, ask questions, and provide support for one another. Following this initial check-in, the Recovery Coach will move into the topic-focused portion of the session. This will vary by topic and RecoveryCoach, but the goal is always to make sure patients leave the session with the preparation and motivation they need to continue their recovery journey.

Program Categories

Peer Support Programs are built to help patients build a host of recovery skills and will utilize many different formats: from open discussions to more structured skill-building sessions. Programs will fall into one of four categories: general, activity, community, or education.
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General meetups are open forums that take place every weekday morning and evening, and once daily on weekends. Join a general meetup to meet your peers in recovery, share your experiences, and to get (or give) a little motivation.
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The activity series provides opportunities to physically and mentally engage with interests and hobbies that our Recovery Coaches have found helpful in maintaining their own long-term recovery. Activities vary and range from journaling, to meditation, to songwriting.
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Similar to general meetups, community meetups are open forums for smaller groups within the larger Bicycle Health community. We currently have community meetup groups for women, men, parents, LGBTQIA2S+, and those in early recovery.
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Programs in the education series focus on learning new skills, and building on old ones, that we believe are critical to long-term recovery. Topics include self care, mindfulness, financial stability, and relationship goals.

Program Topics

Peer Support Programs are designed to help participants achieve and maintain longterm recovery through skill building, motivation, and preparation for common challenges. Most sessions will focus on one or more of the the following:

Defining Recovery
Overcoming Stigma
Understanding Suboxone Therapy
Relationships in Recovery
Managing Triggers and Cravings
Managing Opioid Withdrawal
Stress Management
Self Acceptance and Self Care
Stages of Change

Everyone at Bicycle Health is really super nice and polite, and they really seem to care. I’m not used to being treated so nicely.

Bicycle Health understood my needs from the start and were very accepting of where I was at in my recovery.

I feel like I’ve got this. I’ve got help. I have energy again, and motivation again. I couldn’t be happier.

My provider is fantastic. She asks all sorts of questions and actually listens to my answers. She’s great!

It’s so much easier than having to go to a doctor’s office. Bicycle Health is a savior for me.

I don’t know where I’d be without Bicycle Health. I couldn’t ask for a better way to get the help I need.