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Flagler County CORe

The Coordinated Opioid Recovery (CORe) initiative consists of a group of local organizations who are dedicated to providing whole-person care for those suffering with opioid use disorder. This program will give you a real chance at recovery with support from all sides.

Local organizations make up the CORe partners with multiple staff from each creating your dedicated Care Team. Those organizations are:

The key features of the CORe program include the following:

  • FREE: regardless of whether or not you have insurance
  • CONFIDENTIAL: no one outside of your care team will know you are receiving treatment
  • No law enforcement involvement: we are not looking to get you into trouble, we just want to help
  • Peer support: speak with someone who has been there
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment: evidence-based opioid use disorder treatment
  • Counseling: behavioral health support continues past just the opioid use disorder treatment
  • Care coordination: CORe supports the whole person and all presenting needs

    For more information or to share details with someone you love, download the CORe flyer.

    Flagler County CORe is open and accepting new program participants! Contact us today!

    Phone*: 1-877-393-CORE (2673)

    *By texting this number, you agree to receive text messages in response. If you no longer wish to receive text messages, you may opt-out at any time by replying “STOP”

    Email: help@flaglercore.org

    In-person visit: Office Hours Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM at 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Building B, Third Floor, Suite 302, Palm Coast, FL 32164

  • Sponsored by Flagler Cares and the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families

    Additional Resources

    CORe Training Series

    Flagler Cares is proud to present the CORe Training Series centered around opioid use disorder sponsored by Flagler County CORe.

    Overdose Data to Action (OD2A) Data Dashboard

    As part of the Flagler County opioid use disorder and overdose prevention strategy (Overdose Data to Action and Coordinated Opioid Recovery programs), Flagler Cares is now hosting a public facing data dashboard to monitor overdose trends. Click the link below to explore the dashboard.

    We need your assistance to better understand the health of Flagler and Volusia counties. You can help by completing this community survey.