Behavioral Health

How a specialty pharmacy can help you

At Vivo Health Pharmacy, we provide patients with high-quality treatment support by working with health care providers and insurance companies.

Find resources to support your treatment.

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Do you have questions about your treatment?

Our pharmacists are ready to work with you. We'll provide the tools and the answers that you need to stick with your treatment plan.

These are some of the questions patients commonly ask. Let us know what questions we can answer for you.

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We're Here to Help

With Vivo Health Pharmacy, you can expect:

Personalized Care

No matter what you're facing, our expert pharmacists are here to provide one-on-one support.

Free Home Delivery

Here at Vivo Health Pharmacy, we understand that life can be unpredictable, which is why we offer free delivery to make getting your medications as simple as possible.

Access to More Medications

As a specialty pharmacy, we have the hard-to-find treatments that your local pharmacy doesn't always carry.

Vivo Health Pharmacy is here for you.

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Recommended Support Services

We understand finding resources and joining supportive communities are key aspects of your treatment.

Use these resources to find help for you, a friend, or a family member.

Here are some of the tools and support groups we recommend:

Online Resources provides one-stop access to U.S. government mental health information.


MedlinePlus is the National Institutes of Health's website for patients and their families and friends, offering information about diseases, conditions, and wellness.

National Institute of Mental Health

This webpage lists resources for someone who is experiencing emotional difficulties or has concerns about their mental health.

Mental Health First Aid

This webpage provides resources to help someone experiencing a mental health or substance use problem.


Early Treatment Program

The Early Treatment Program is designed specifically for teenagers and young adults who are encountering psychotic symptoms for the first time.

Center for Addiction Services and Personalized Interventions Research (CASPIR)

CASPIR helps individuals reduce their drinking without having to give up alcohol completely.