Crisis Hotline: 

(888) 373-5010


Suncoast Mental Health helps children and adolescents

Our Mission

Suncoast Mental Health Center, Inc. provides best-practice and research-based assessment, counseling and supportive services to children and families in the Treasure Coast area.

Our Vision

Suncoast Mental Health Center is dedicated to community-based and family-centered care to help ensure success and safety for every child.

Why Suncoast Mental Health Center?

At Suncoast Mental Health Center we offer an alternative to traditional child-focused services. We provide a family-centered environment with one overarching goal: enriching the families we serve.  


Thank you!

Thanks to so many of you in the communities that we serve for attending our 3rd annual Finding Peace Amid the Chaos at Grand Harbor and the Port St. Lucie Community Center.  Our speaker, Frank Shankwitz, was received with standing ovations before and after each of his talks.  His message was powerful and humbling at the same time.  We are honored to have had this great man on the Treasure Coast of Florida, helping us to raise awareness for mental health while breaking stigma.  To our sponsors, our deepest gratitude to you for your willingness to support us with your hard earned, charitable giving dollars.  We know that you work hard for those, and we are indebted to you for trusting us to continue this mission in 2017.  If you are interested in donating to the Finding Peace Amid the Chaos campaign, please click here.  We thank you, and appreciate you, from the bottom of our hearts.


Learn about career opportunities as Suncoast Mental Health, Inc.  CLICK HERE.

Telephone Numbers

St. Lucie County - Main Office: 772.489.4726
Indian River County: 772.564.8616
Martin County: 772.221.8585
Okeechobee County: 863.824.0300 or -



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The Joint Commission

The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit, national body that oversees the safety and quality of health care and other services provided in accredited organizations.  Concerns or issues can be directed to: The Joint Commission: www.jointcommission.org Fax: (630) 792-5636 Email: complaint@jointcommission.org