Healthcare for All

One call for behavioral healthcare services in Southwest Florida (239) 275-3222


What Makes
Us Different

The difference is our exceptional and compassionate behavioral healthcare provided in a variety of settings to meet your needs.


Read About Ana
And Her Family


at SalusCare

Join the SalusCare team of professionals dedicated to providing exceptional and compassionate behavioral healthcare.



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Your Leader in Behavioral Healthcare

SalusCare is the most comprehensive provider of behavioral healthcare services in Southwest Florida, incorporated in 2013 after the merger of Lee Mental Health and Southwest Florida Addiction Services (SWFAS).

Today, SalusCare employs 400 professionals who provide hope and recovery to nearly 16,000 adults and children in outpatient psychiatry and therapy, residential programs, recovery residences, emergency/crisis services, detox and community-based services from multiple locations in Lee County. No one will ever be denied access to services due to an inability to pay. A sliding-fee scale is utilized for many services based on family size and income.  SalusCare is also a proud National Health Service Corps site.  Click HERE for our promise to you as our patient.

All SalusCare substance use programs and most mental health programs are accredited by CARF International, an independent non-profit accreditor of health and human services.

Explore this website to learn more about the myriad of services SalusCare offers. Or, call the Welcome Center at 239-275-3222 with questions.

We look forward to serving your behavioral healthcare needs.

What it Means to Them

SalusCare has meant the difference between life and death; the difference between being dragged along by life or actually living it to the fullest.

Number of people in the US
experiencing a mental
illness in any given year

Adults reported having a
substance use disorder in the US

Number of patients served
by SalusCare each year

Of all mental health
disorders begin by age 24