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Volusia County

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  • Jennifer Stephenson

    Senior VP, Volusia
    County Services

  • Address

    150 Magnolia Avenue
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Crisis Stabilization Unit/Detoxification Services

The Volusia County Crisis Stabilization Unit and Detoxification Services is a short-term residential facility for adults dealing with a mental health and/or substance use crisis. Individuals receive medication appropriate to their needs, individual and group counseling, and discharge planning toward the next appropriate level of care.

Mobile Crisis Response Team

Our Mobile Crisis Response Team cares for individuals of all ages in Volusia and Flagler counties who are experiencing any kind of a mental health crisis. If you or someone you know is struggling, they do not have to go through this alone. We can help and are here for them 24/7. We encourage any individual who needs our help to call our Helpline at (800) 539-4228.

BEACH House

BEACH House is a shelter that provides short-term respite for youth ages 10-17 who are truant, ungovernable, or runaway, and/or homeless. We provide youth in our care with shelter, meals, individual, and group counseling, educational groups and family therapy. Our goal is family reunification and assisting the family in building communication skills and relationships.

Residential Adolescent Program (RAP)

Residential Adolescent Program is a substance use treatment program serving youth ages 13-17 with an average length of stay of 4-6 months. Therapy is an important ingredient in treatment, along with positive peer culture, reality therapy, outdoor therapeutic model, experiential learning theory, and behavior modification systems. During their stay, education services are provided by Volusia County Schools.

DeLand Men’s Residential Treatment

DeLand Men’s Residential Treatment Program (DMRT) is a substance use treatment program accepting both voluntary and involuntary clients experiencing a wide variety of substance use and/or dependence issues. DMRT provides a structured atmosphere, promoting self-awareness through individual, group, community-based therapy, and psychiatric intervention.

My Place w/Supportive Housing

SMA Healthcare’s Supportive Housing Program (MPA) is a partnership with the Volusia County Coalition for the Homeless. MPA provides a safe, sober, and supportive living environment for individuals experiencing chronic substance addiction who are homeless and who are living in unsuitable environments. Because SMA Healthcare’s recovery homes operate at capacity most of the time. a referral network has been developed with other supportive housing options in the community.

Substance Use and Mental Health Outpatient Therapy for Adolescents and Adults

MH Therapy (OP):

Serves adults who have a mental health diagnosis. Therapy targets symptom management, improving coping skills, improving healthy relationships, and quality of life. Services start with assessment and individualized treatment planning and can be provided via individual and group therapy. Telehealth services are also available when appropriate. Family participation in treatment is encouraged to support the family in the recovery process. Outpatient services allow the individual to remain active with work, family and the community while they participate in treatment.

SU Therapy (OP):

Adult Outpatient is for adults 18 years old and older who have substance use disorders.Clients can be voluntary or court ordered to participate. Court-ordered clients can participate in DUI court, drug court, Correctional Treatment Diversion Program (CTDP), or can be referred by probation or child welfare agencies. Services start with assessment and individualized treatment planning and can be provided via individual and group therapy. Telehealth services are also available when appropriate. Family participation in treatment is encouraged to support the family in the recovery process. Outpatient services allow the individual to remain active with work, family and the community while they participate in treatment.

Adolescent Therapy (OP):

Adolescent Outpatient Program services include individual therapy with family involvement. Treatment is specifically directed toward repairing relationships, reducing impulsivity, developing social and life skills, and providing treatment interventions for the youth to remain substance-free. The clients served, receive comprehensive clinical services, which include SA evaluation, treatment planning, group and individual therapy, and support from a master’s level therapist. The goals of the program include establishing long-lasting recovery from drugs and alcohol and rebuilding a person’s skills to facilitate recovery and reconnection to the community.

Adolescent Therapy (OP):

Adolescent Outpatient Program is for youth ages 12-17 with substance use disorders. Services start with assessment and individualized treatment planning and can be provided via individual and group therapy. Telehealth services are also available when appropriate. Family participation in treatment is encouraged to support the family in the recovery process. Treatment is specifically directed toward repairing relationships, reducing impulsivity, developing social and life skills, and providing treatment interventions for the youth to remain substance-free. The goals of the program include establishing long-lasting recovery from drugs and alcohol and rebuilding a person’s skills to facilitate recovery and reconnection to the community.

FACT*

Florida Assertive Community Treatment program provides comprehensive support services to individuals who have severe and persistent mental illness and have had multiple psychiatric hospitalizations. Team members personally deliver a wide scope of services and crisis assessment and intervention 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With most services being provided in the community, individuals who might otherwise be relegated to life-long hospital stays are able to maintain independent living in the community of their choice.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

The Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program serves adults with opioid, stimulant, and alcohol use disorders in an outpatient setting. The program offers buprenorphine, naltrexone, or Vivitrol in combination with group and individual therapy, case management, and peer support.

Florida Assertive Community Treatment*

Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) program provides comprehensive support services to adults who have severe and persistent mental illness and have had multiple psychiatric hospitalizations. A multidisciplinary team consists of a psychiatrist, nurses, counselors, case managers, and peers, who deliver a wide scope of services and crisis assessment and intervention 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With most services being provided in the community, individuals who might otherwise be relegated to life-long hospital stays are able to maintain independent living in the community of their choice.

Psychiatric Medication Management

Psychiatric Medication Outpatient Program (Med Management) provides medical support services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders. The goal is recovery and reconnection to the community. Services include psychiatric evaluation, treatment planning, medication management, and nursing services.

Child Welfare Services [FIS/FITT/TANF]

Family Intervention Services (FIS) works with parents involved in the child welfare system in both Volusia and Flagler Counties who are experi¬encing substance use and/or mental health prob¬lems and are at risk of losing their children. Family Intervention Specialists assess and link clients to treatment/services and provide case management services until the client is engaged in the services.

The Family Intensive Treatment Team (FITT) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) are comprehen¬sive in-home treatment and case management program that provides help to parents involved with child welfare (DCF/CPC) due to substance misuse and/or mental health problems in Volusia and Flagler Counties. Peer Recov¬ery Specialists are also used in the FITT Program to provide support and help families connect with the world of positive sober support in their local community.

Case Management*

Adult Targeted Case Management services are provided in an outpatient and home-based setting to assist the individual in gaining access to needed med¬ical, social, educational and natural support, and other related services. The goal is to promote independent functioning through coordination of support services.

CINS/FINS*

CINS/FINS is our community-based program paid for by the Department of Juvenile Justice and free to families. Services are provided on a non-residential basis to youth ages 6 – 17 who are runaway, truant, or
ungovernable. Youth and their families are linked to a CINS/FINS community counselor who does an assessment of the issues at hand, and works with the family to secure the best possible remedies. A plan is created that best fits the youth and family needs and goals. Services include case monitoring, crisis counseling, information, referral, and linkages to other services.

Primary Care

SMA Healthcare provides a comprehensive set of primary care services to individuals of all ages. This program provides access to care to improve the quality of community health through an integrated and holistic approach. Services include health screenings, point of care testing, medication management, immunizations, preventative care, and chronic disease education

NAVIGATE

NAVIGATE is a comprehensive treatment program for people who have had a first episode of psychosis, a serious condition characterized by a disconnect from reality. The program provides services for up to two years and is for individuals residing in the Volusia County who are between the ages of 15-36 years of age who have experienced their first episode of psychosis.

The program provides wraparound services to experience recovery and resiliency in a community setting. Treatment is provided by a team of mental health professionals who focus on helping people work toward personal goals and restore functioning to the highest possible level. More broadly, NAVIGATE helps clients and families navigate the road to recovery and resiliency from an episode of psychosis, including getting back to functioning well at home, at work or school, and in society. Services include case management/peer specialist services, ongoing medication management and education, linkage to appropriate services and transportation, individual and family therapy/education, and vocational/educational services.

*Denotes a Community-Based service

Work Release

SMA Work Release is a private contracted Florida Department of Corrections work release facility. The program allows selected inmates to work for paid employment in the community during the last months of their confinement. Inmates must return back to the facility at the end of each workday. Counseling services are offered to inmates while in the program. Work Release provides gradual reintegration back into the community, gainful employment, accumulation of savings from paid employment, preservation of family and community ties, culinary courses and participation in self-help programs. Fifty beds are available for outpatient substance counseling.

Food Service

SMA Foodservice is responsible for preparing and delivering breakfast, lunch, and dinner to 10 separate facilities, which accounts for over 1,400 meals per day. The meals are prepared out of Reality House, where the SMA Foodservice staff members are responsible for the clients at Reality House working back in the kitchen. In addition, the clients at Reality House and SMA Work Release are also offered an educational opportunity through the Culinary Arts Program. This affords them instruction in nutrition, restaurant management, food production, dining room apprentice, and the food safety manager certi¬fication, which is all accredited through the University of Florida. Some clients, if qualified, can gain certifi¬cation through the American Culinary Federation by earning the Certified Culinarian, or the Certified Pas¬try Culinarian distinction.

Enrichment Program

The Enrichment Program provides psychosocial rehabilitation and day training for adults with disabling conditions, such as mental illness, intellectual disabilities and/or co-occurring disorders. This program was designed to help participants live and work more fully in the community and improve the quality of their lives. Services include screening and job matching, job development, job placement, onsite training assistance, and follow-along services to help the individual maintain employment.

Enrichment Industries provides support to manufacturers and other companies with their light manufacturing, assembling, packaging, and promotional product services at Enrichment in Daytona Beach. We also manufacture our own line of products which are available for sale to the public. Another component is service contracts, which provide janitorial and lawn care services for public and private entities. The goal is to provide quality services while providing employment opportunities for individuals with disabling conditions.

MHFA

Mental Health First Aid is an eight-hour training certification course which teaches participants a five-step action plan to assess a situation, select and implement interventions, and secure appropriate care for the individual. It introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, builds understanding of their impact and overviews common treatments.

QPR

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.

CIT

SMA Healthcare is one of the community partners that make Crisis Intervention Training possible, along with the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia Counties and the Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia Counties’ Sheriffs’ Departments. The program is a community effort designed to improve the skills of law enforcement to mental health emergencies with the goal of assuring safety, understanding, and service to the mentally ill and their families.

Prevention

Prevention serves adolescents and adults in Volusia and Flagler counties through education and development of substance use harm reduction skills. The goal of prevention is to ensure that community members are aware of growing trends and dangers of new and existing substances that are affecting individuals, families, and the environment. Prevention services are provided in various capacities to include schools, churches, community centers, and attending community events. Prevention also offers Nurturing Parenting classes, that run over the course of 5 weeks via telehealth. These classes are DCF approved and can be offered to parents, guardians and caretakers, even if they are not involved with child welfare.