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.
To determine the honorees, the TBBJ’s judging panel considered a range of criteria on the nonprofits values, one of the main points considered was the financial stewardship and the impact the nonprofit made on the community, even with limited staff and diminished volunteerism during the pandemic.
Here at Cove Behavioral Health, formerly DACCO Behavioral Health, we’ve worked together through thick and thin to give back and help our community. We see behavioral wellness as an ongoing effort and recognize that at different stages of life’s journey we all need various degrees of support.
By providing a full array of services, we have established ourselves as a behavioral health home for our community so that we can be accessed for the type of support that suits your individual needs. From outreach and education, prevention and intervention, outpatient to residential treatment and after care we are your safe harbor.