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 statewide training programs for peer specialist certification, a statewide WarmLine, and the Born Drug-Free Line.


CIT (Crisis Intervention Training): 

An intensive 40-hour training provided every other month for law enforcement officers and other first responders.  It focuses on identifying and de-escalating individuals who may be suffering from a mental illness.


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.


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.

 


Project HOPE (Helping Our People in Emergencies): 

A limited time program designed to help our neighbors in the hardest areas deal with trauma left in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. 


SAC (Sarah Ann Center):

For over 25 years, our Center has offered a welcoming, confidential, and supportive refuge where men and women over age 18 with mental illness can participate in a variety of social and recreational activities.