For more information on the variety of programs we offer to meet your specific mental health and recovery needs, please click on the links provided below:

C.L.E.A.R. (Connecting Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Recovery):

This program features a state-wide telephone Warm Line operated by Certified Recovery Peer Specialists.


CIT (Crisis Intervention Training): 

An intensive 40-hour training provided several times per year to law enforcement officers and other first responders.  CIT training focuses on identifying and de-escalating individuals in mental health-related crises.


C.O.P.E. (Community Outreach Peer Education):

Helping people in crisis to immediately feel they are not alone, establishing a sense of companionship, camaraderie and support that often significantly assists in their recovery process.


ESG Rapid Rehousing Program:

ESG Rapid Rehousing engages literally homeless and at risk individuals throughout Collier County. The ESG program provides funding to assist literally homeless individuals for short to medium term housing solutions within Collier County. Each individual has the opportunity to work with a Supportive Housing Specialist to find and secure a home, work towards employment, and engage local resources to resume community based living.


SDC (Florida Self Directed Care): 

Based on the belief that individuals are capable of choosing their own services, this program helps participants begin or remain on the road to recovery and to develop or regain a life of meaningful, productive activity.


H.U.G.S. (Health Under Guided Systems):

(Health Under Guided Systems): Provides early identification and screening of over 2,200 children ages 3 months to 18 years of age annually and facilitates family linkages to other needed services.


SAC (Sarah Ann Center):

For over 25 years, our Center has offered a welcoming and supportive refuge where adults with mental illnesses can participate in a variety of social and recreational activities.


SAMI (Student Alliance on Mental Illness)

SAMI, the Student Alliance on Mental Illness, provide mental health services to youth, both emotionally and financially. SAMI operates school-based clubs in several high schools. NAMI Collier maintains contracts with licensed mental health professionals that are willing to provide therapy and diagnostic services to minors 13+ without parental consent when it is not possible. This is authorized by 2018 Florida Statutes, Title XXIX Chapter 394.4784.