COVID-19 UPDATE – We Remain Open + Are Offering Telehealth

Cumberland Heights is Here to Help

These are trying times, especially for those effected by substance use disorder. Cumberland Heights is here for you and your loved ones and plans to continue to provide high-quality, lifesaving addiction treatment throughout the COVID-19 health crisis.

We are committed to leading the battle against two very serious diseases: addiction and COVID-19, by doing everything possible to keep our campus protected, and addiction, by providing a continuum of care that meets patients every step of the way along their path to recovery.

We Are and Will Remain Open

Thanks to our dedicated and highly skilled staff, we’re adapting our programs to better accommodate the needs of those seeking treatment during these unprecedented times. Following a heightened screening process, we continue to admit patients to our residential treatment facilities. We’re monitoring this evolving situation closely and have enhanced our procedures and protocols to minimize risk for our patients, alumni and employees.

Now Offering Telehealth Services

In addition, we are now offering telehealth services as a virtual component of our programs. Telehealth services provide the opportunity for any discharging patient with internet access or a smartphone with audio and video capacity to connect with counselors and participate in real-time individual and group therapy sessions.

Scholarships Need Your Support

Cumberland Heights is working diligently to adapt every aspect of our work to help stop the spread of COVID-19, while continuing to deliver the utmost value in addiction care. Your support is needed now more than ever to help provide much-needed scholarships for those seeking lifesaving treatment.

Thank you for your support as we roll out this new initiative that will enhance our ability to fulfill our mission of transforming lives, bringing hope and healing to those affected by alcohol or drug addiction. We will get through this challenging time together, taking it one day at a time. May you and your loved ones be well.


Jay Crosson


Cumberland Heights Foundation