Locations: Main Campus
Access Center/Crisis Emergency Support
The Access Center is the 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week point of entry into Park Place. Clients are assessed and linked to needed treatment. Crisis Support is provided for any clients who may be in danger of harming themselves or others.
Locations: Main Campus, Poinciana, City Centre
Outpatient Therapy and Medical Services
The program’s purpose is to provide comprehensive psychiatric and psychological services to individuals in order to alleviate symptoms of psychological distress and improve quality of life. In addition, counseling is available for adults with both addiction and mental health disorders.
Locations: Main Campus and Poinciana
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program/Day Treatment
This program is a comprehensive and recovery-based program that serves adults diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. We provide group and individual therapy in a structured environment. This promotes stability, independence, and emotional growth through the development of life skills, self awareness and adherence to treatment for their reintegration into community life. PSR operates Monday through Friday with a morning and an afternoon session. Breakfast and lunch are included and transportation is available for eligible clients.
These services are offered to those with mental illness who are in need of ongoing support and guidance by helping them to access the community-based services they need.
Location: Main Campus
These services provide structured therapeutic and educational services to those individuals who are suffering from chemical dependency and/or abuse. The goals of the program are to improve our patients’ quality of life by promoting abstinence, reducing relapses, and facilitating integration into the community and workforce. Our treatment plans are tailored to meet the needs of our patients.
Vivitrol Injection is used to treat alcohol dependence. These patients must be able to abstain from alcohol in an outpatient setting prior to the initial injection. Vivitrol should be part of a comprehensive management program that includes psychosocial support.
Group therapy is offered during the day and evening hours. The sessions are one hour in length and clients attend either 1 – 2 times per week, depending on needs assessed.
Our CDIOP (Chemical Dependency Intensive OutPatient) is 3 hours per day for 3 days per week. This outpatient service allows clients to be in the community and continue employment but still get the supportive environment of treatment.
We provide opportunities for people with disabilities to work outside of the center-based programs and into the community, working for private corporations.
As employees of private corporations, our clients are earning competitive wages, paying taxes, and are becoming contributing members of the community. Their success is based upon the ongoing support services provided by the staff, and the cooperation of the employer.
Crisis Stabilization Unit
We are the Baker Act receiving facility for Osceola County. Our clients may come in on a voluntary status or on a Baker Act, an involuntary admission. Our Crisis Unit provides acute care services on a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week basis. We meet the needs of individuals who are experiencing acute crises.
28-Day Residential Program (Substance Abuse)
This is an intensive treatment for patients with substance addictions who are not in need of detoxification. This level of care provides a broad based psycho-educational environment on the cycle of addiction, relapse prevention, and the stages of change needed to maintain long term abstinence or recovery. In addition to the clinical services an emphasis will be placed on transitioning the patient back to the community and family life.
Partial Hospitalization/Intensive Outpatient Programs
These programs are an intensive treatment approach developed as an alternative to inpatient treatment. They are short-term outpatient programs which provide support and treatment for adults facing mental health and/or substance abuse problems.
Accurate Clinical Trials
The Clinical Trials Unit provides specialized beds for clinical research. Clinical Trials offers the opportunity to participate in research for the development of new medication that will benefit those with mental illness. As part of the study, Accurate provides participants a complete diagnostic evaluation, study medications, medical and clinical management, and follow-up care at no cost to the participant. For more information, please call 407.483.0989.
Location: Adult Residential
Adult Mental Health Residential Program
Offers a supportive and supervised environment to adults with mental illness. Emphasis is on developing skills necessary for living independently in the community.
Provides affordable housing for mentally ill clients who are ready for independent living.
A transitional re-entry program for adult males with a mental illness who have criminal justice involvement. These clients may have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder. This is a voluntary program that offers housing, targeted case management, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, psychological rehabilitation and individual therapy.