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Welcome to Breakthrough.
We’ve joined with MDLIVE, the nation’s largest telehealth network, to continue to offer you the highest quality of online care, convenience, and savings. If you are a new member, click below to go to the MDLIVE website to set up your account.
If you have any questions, you can contact us at or call (800) 400-6354


MDLIVE Behavioral is not meant for emergencies or crisis situations. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. For crises, you may also call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. The call is free and help is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

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Breakthrough has therapists in every state.

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"Breakthrough has allowed me to assist individuals all around the state..."

Marion Barnett, Marriage/Family Therapist


"Breakthrough has really enhanced the therapeutic experience for my clients, who enjoy the convenience and how easy it is to use."

Ann Williams, Professional Counselor

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"I've discovered that meeting online is just as helpful for clients as meeting in my office."

Matthew Morrissey, Family Therapist


"What do I like best about Breakthrough? Convenience, convenience, convenience."

Geraldine Claire Roberts, Clinical Social Worker


"Access to medication and therapy has taken a big leap forward with Breakthrough."

Robert Cuyler, Ph.D


"Breakthrough makes it convenient to schedule sessions for my clients who are not within driving distance."

Melissa Adams, Clinical Social Worker

Breakthrough is the industry leader

*Dept of Veterans Affairs: 2012 study of 98,609 veterans who chose live video care: 25% few hospitalizations. Johns Hopkins University: 2009 study of 37 drug addicts randomized to live video group or in-person care: equal rates of recovery; patients preferred online care

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