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One Tampa Bay Nonprofit Honoree Award

Cove Behavioral Health was announced as One Tampa Bay Non-Profit Honoree by the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Cove was chosen as 1 of 33 not for profits being recognized by the Business Journal out of 180 nominees.  We were recognized as an organization that utilizes best practices, impacts our community with limited resources, financial stewardship, and channels the bulk of money raised into the services we provide.

Cove Behavioral Health Awarded 2021 Florida Blue Sapphire Award

“Our mission of helping people and communities achieve better health goes far beyond physical health,” said Susan Towler, executive director of the Florida Blue Foundation. “We can help build stronger communities by supporting local organizations that address the barriers preventing the most vulnerable people from reaching their highest health potential.”

Deanna Obregon holding award
Antoinette interview

ABC’s Morning Blend featuring Antoinette Hagley, Cove’s Chief Clinical Officer

View a recording of Antoinette’s interview with Natalie Taylor here:

Meet our Newest Cove Board Member

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Tampa Police Department explore sending counselors with police officers to respond to 911 calls

police and counselor working together

Thank you to Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, Tampa Police Department, and our visiting out of state law enforcement from Colorado, for touring our Community Housing Solutions Center in March!

Many thanks to The Florida Department of Corrections and Washington D.C. Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for visiting us here at Cove and touring our facility, and observing our collaboration with the DOC!

Corrections Tour

Antoinette Hagley, Cove’s Chief Clinical Officer chosen as a Leader in the Certificate in Leadership Class of 2021

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you help to support a better, healthier community.

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