Intake Screening

The Access Center provides mental health and substance abuse screenings for first-time, non-emergency patients on a first-come first-served basis. Walk-in from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm, Monday – Friday, for a no-cost initial intake screening on our SalusCare Ortiz Campus, Evans Campus or Cape Coral Campus.

Priority admission status for substance abuse programs will be given to pregnant females, women with children and intravenous drug users.

Call our Welcome Center at (239) 275-3222 with questions.


Outpatient Services

Priority admission status for substance abuse programs will be given to pregnant females, women with children and intravenous drug users.

Outpatient Psychiatry Services

Psychiatric evaluations and medication management by board certified/eligible psychiatrists and behavioral pediatricians. Call our Welcome Center at (239) 275-3222 for an appointment, located at the Ortiz Campus and Cape Coral Campus.

Outpatient Therapy

Outpatient Therapy services for children (ages 3-17) provides help to children and families that are experiencing problems related to substance abuse or other behavioral health-related issues. Groups, in both individual and family sessions, are offered to address adolescent anger management, intervention for adolescents and substance abuse treatment. The goal of therapy is to work collaboratively, as a team, to achieve positive supportive relationships, higher functioning and enhanced ability to cope with life stress. Outpatient Therapy is provided at the Evans Campus, Ortiz Campus, and Cape Coral Campus. Not all outpatient therapy services are provided on all campuses. Please call (239) 275-3222 for more information or to make an appointment.

Day Treatment

This program offers services to youth ages 13 to 17 years old that are in need of more intensive services than outpatient. This program is co-located at The Vince Smith Center with our residential program, and gives youth the opportunity to participate in structured programming and treatment in the daytime and return to their homes in the evening. Hours of the program are from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm and may vary based on need. Students also receive educational services during their treatment. Families meet weekly. Call (239) 338-2306 for more information.

Services Provided Include:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Parent Group at least once a week
  • Full educational services provided by Certified Lee County School Teacher
  • Random Drug Testing
  • Recreational Activities
  • Meals
  • Continuing Care

Residential

Priority admission status for substance abuse programs will be given to pregnant females, women with children and intravenous drug users.

Residential Treatment at the Vince Smith Center provides treatment for males and females ages 13 – 17 with a substance dependence diagnosis. Our therapeutic environment provides 24-hour supervision in a structured setting. Education is provided through the Lee County School District in our in-house classroom for grades 7-12. GED options are available for those in need. The residential program operates year round with a typical length of stay of 3-4 months. Located at the Vince Smith Campus. Call (239) 338-2306 for additional information.


Community Action Team (CAT)

CAT offers a community behavioral health co-occurring treatment solution for parents and caretakers of seriously emotionally disturbed children as an alternative to residential treatment and/or psychiatric hospitalization. Services include psychiatric, individual & family therapy, case management, therapeutic mentoring, and consultation with school personnel. For more information, please call (239) 275-3222.


Therapeutic Behavioral On-Site Services (TBOS)

TBOS is a voluntary service that provides evidence-based mental health services to children and their families. It includes therapy for the individual child and the family to teach problem-solving skills, behavior strategies, anger management skills, social skills training and parenting skills. Service is provided in the community or within the family home. Generally, TBOS is a short-term service lasting three to six months.