About Suncoast Mental HealthSuncoast Mental Health, serving the Treasure Coast

Suncoast Mental Health Center, Inc. (SMHC) is dedicated to providing quality mental health care for the residents of the Treasure Coast. SMHC was founded in 1998 by 3 local clinicians whose goals were to provide mental and behavioral health services to their local community. These services were to include children and families who are considered to be at-risk and whose resources are considered to be limited. 

SMHC is one of the leading mental health agencies on the Treasure Coast that provides therapeutic and case management treatment services. Traditional and non-traditional services are available in four counties across the Treasure Coast: Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin and Okeechobee. 

SMHC’s goal is to assist all clients in reaching their fullest potential. SMHC’s core values include celebrating diversity, promoting recovery, using quality programs, aiding in public awareness, collaboration with clients and other agencies, and use of technology to improve efficiency and quality of care.

SMHC is dedicated to community-based and family-centered care to help ensure positive mental health for every child, adult and family. Services are offered in a variety of settings including but not limited to community, home-based, activity centers, school and/or etc. The agency also offers family benefits services to eligible clients in need.

SMHC has seen over 6,500 clients since 2017. SMHC is proud to be a 501©(3) non-profit organization that is accredited by the Joint Commission Committee.

The staff of Suncoast Mental Health

Staff of Suncoast Mental Health in Ft. Pierce, FLSMHC has 67 individuals dedicated to ensuring positive mental health on the Treasure Coast. Staff members offer outstanding patient care in every setting. Please call your local office to learn more about the staff members near you!

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