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Update From Us On COVID-19:

While we continue to monitor COVID-19 news and updates, we would like to inform you of the adjusted services at Suncoast Mental Health Center.  Suncoast is determined to do everything within our power to assure there is no interruption of services to our 1500+ clients. To that end, we are providing Telehealth Therapy and Telepsychiatry services via doxy.me to engage and support our clients. We understand that this is a very difficult time and encourage those struggling to reach out and further put an end to stigma.

 

What is Telehealth Therapy and Telepsychiatry?

- The innovative development of treatment and care through telecommunications technology, typically utilizing videoconferencing. Visit doxy.me to learn more and get started on the path to improved mental health.

Suncoast Mental Health helps children and adolescents

Our Mission

Suncoast Mental Health Center, Inc. (SMHC) strives to provide best-practice and research-based assessment, counseling, case management, and psychiatric services to children, their families and adults in the four-county Treasure Coast area.

Our Vision

Suncoast Mental Health Center is dedicated to community-based and family-centered care to help ensure positive mental health for every child and adult.

Why Suncoast Mental Health Center?

At Suncoast Mental Health Center we offer an alternative to traditional therapy and psychiatric services. We provide an environment that nurtures he child, affirms the adolescent, and empowers the adults and family. SMHC employs highly trained and educated staff to provide the level of quality, best-practice, evidence-based services needed by those receiving care. SMHC’s goal is to assist all clients in reaching their fullest potential.

 

Learn more about how Suncoast Mental Health Center is making positive changes to the Treasure Coast - CLICK HERE.



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