Addiction & Recovery

If you or a loved one is struggling with substance misuse disorder and another co-occurring mental illness, Hancock Health’s RISE Recovery & Wellness program may be a fit for you. Available through our Hancock Health Connection Center, this outpatient program builds resilience through individualized care in a safe environment.

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The Hancock Health Connection Center offers free and confidential services regarding substance abuse disorder, depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions for Hancock County residents.

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Community Resources

Our commitment to the total well-being of our community includes helping our patients connect to resources they need—even when they’re outside the Hancock Health network.

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Find a Doctor

Choosing the right doctor can be one of the most important healthcare decisions you make. Hancock Health makes it easy to find physicians, specialists and providers that are dedicated and ready to serve all your healthcare needs right where you live and work.


Designed to support physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, Hancock Health’s extensive wellness services range from our Wellness Centers—the region’s only certified medical fitness centers—to Hancock Health Connection Center navigators who can help with behavioral health, substance abuse support, and other issues.

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Walking the Walk: The Connection Center’s Role in Justice Navigation

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I Don’t Have an Alcohol Problem … Do I?

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a month where people are encouraged to…

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