Crisis Hotline: 

(888) 373-5010


Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma is a strong hurricane in the Atlantic that we are watching closely.   Our management team will update all staff concerning plans for Suncoast Mental Health Center and our offices as we learn more about the storm’s path.  In the meantime, we strongly urge you to contact your local emergency management officials and heed their instructions as closely as possible.  If you are in our care, we have included links and information that we have been provided in the attached documents.  We pray for our collective safety and well-being over the next few days and thank you for your patience while we all prepare for this storm.

Hurricane Shelter Information. (Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian River, WPB.pdf

Special Needs Application for Shelter (St. Lucie County.pdf

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.  


World Suicide Prevention Symposium

Join us with our partners from Martin Health System on September 29 at the Port St. Lucie Community Center for our 3rd Annual World Suicide Prevention Symposium.  For more information, please contact email Deb or call (772) 291-3210

World Suicide Prevention Month

Back to School #B2S2017

Back to School #B2S2017  Help us make B2S2017 a little brighter for the kids who our Targeted Case Management Team serves.  Drop off new school supplies with Annabelle in Fort Pierce, Chris in Vero or Yolanda in Okeechobee.  We appreciate YOU and know that our families will too!

Back to School List

Suggested items include:  paper, back packs, pencil cases, binders, highlighters and various other supplies, K-12.  Thank YOU!

Care for Caregivers - (C4C)

Join us for our brand new support group, Care for Caregivers (C4C) on the 3rd Wednesday of every month starting in April.  Our volunteer facilitator, Mr. Diego Gonzalez, has several years experience as a support group facilitator as well as a huge heart for mental health and wellness.  Find Diego’s bio here 

You may also email Diego by clicking here.




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 -



Donate to Suncoast Mental Health Inc.

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