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  • One Year Is Just the Beginning for SalusCare

    Published in The News-Press, August 3, 2014 By Kevin B. Lewis, CEO SalusCare, Inc., celebrated the one year anniversary of its creation July 1.  It’s been just one year since Lee Mental Health and Southwest Florida Addiction Services merged to better serve Southwest Florida residents with mental health and substance use disorders and help them …

  • Mental Health First Aid to be Offered by SalusCare

    Do you know the danger signs of mental illness or substance abuse?  If someone in your family or someone you know experiences depression or withdrawal from enjoyable activities, would you know what to do? A new nationally recognized day-long program, called “Mental Health First Aid,” is designed to help parents, friends and neighbors identify, understand …

  • SalusCare Schedules Fourth Annual Path to Wellness 5K Run/Walk

    SalusCare, Inc., the region’s leading provider for treatment of mental health and substance use disorders, has scheduled the Fourth Annual Path to Wellness 5K Run/Walk for November 8 at Florida SouthWestern State College (formerly known as Edison State College). The change in venue will allow more runners/walkers to participate, according to race organizers.  More than …

  • Zonta Foundation Awards $8,845 to SalusCare

    The Zonta Foundation of Southwest Florida has awarded an $8,845 grant to SalusCare, Inc., to provide educational needs for women recovering from substance abuse at SalusCare’s Transitional Living Center on Grand Avenue in Fort Myers. The money will be used to purchase a computer, software, educational materials and stipends for about 65 women in recovery …

  • SalusCare to Offer Screenings in Cape Coral; Open House Set for May 14

    Cape Coral residents no longer need to cross the Caloosahatchee River to receive mental health and substance use screenings and assessments in Fort Myers. Effective April 28, SalusCare, Inc., the region’s leading provider of treatment for mental health and substance use disorders, will begin offering screenings for first-time, non-emergency patients at its Cape Coral office …