Resource Directory – Seminole County – A comprehensive and well-organized list of health, safety and human services. This directory has information for children and their families, service providers, health professionals, long-time residents, and newcomers to the community.
Above and Beyond: Children & Community Services – Above and Beyond helps children, youth, adults and families locate, access and coordinate services they need for mental health wellness and improved lives. Through case management, Wraparound care coordination, parent education and referrals, they assist clients with building on their strengths and locating appropriate resources to meet their needs.
Community Based Care of Central Florida, Inc. – CBC of Central Florida is a non-profit agency charged with developing community-based services and supports for children and families served by the child welfare system in Seminole County.
Seminole County Sheriff’s Office – This office provides programs for children, parents, groups and social events on bullying, drug awareness, internet safety, stranger safety, 911, navigating the dating years and more.
University Behavioral Center – Psychiatric inpatient hospital serving adults, children and adolescents. Programs include crisis stabilization, substance abuse detox, short term RTC, adolescent long term RTC and adult substance abuse Intensive Outpatient Program. Specialty programs based on individual treatment needs such as anxiety/phobias, depression, bipolar disorder, grief, adjustment disorders, anger management, impulse control disorders, inappropriate sexual behaviors.
Child Rescue Network– All programs are offered via community outreach to churches, PTAs, homeowners associations, businesses and other venues. Empowerment Not Fear safety seminars and workshops educate parents and child care providers on specific methods they can utilize to better protect children from sexual abuse, abduction and victimization, such as human trafficking. CRN provides FREE safety ID cards for parents to have of their kids. These are provided at special events throughout the community. CRN also assists law enforcement and families in search efforts to bring missing children home.
IMPOWER– Individual, group and family therapy in the home or school setting; behavioral analysis in the home or school, psychiatric services including medication management and evaluations, telehealth & tele-psychiatry services.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Orlando (NAMIGO) – Provides support, education and resources to adults 18+ living with mental illness and their families. Support groups are led by trained peer facilitators and meet regularly in Maitland, Winter Park, SW Orlando and Downtown (en Español). Classes provide valuable information on learning to live well with mental illness, supporting a loved one with mental illness, and navigating the mental health system.
Aspire Health Partners (Seminole Behavioral Healthcare – Crossroads Substance Abuse Program: Crossroads program is based on strategies, interventions and evidence-based practices that promote healing, recovery and enhance the quality of life. Individuals who abuse alcohol and/or other drugs come from all walks of life, ethnic backgrounds, and socioeconomic levels. The Crossroads program is designed to restore individuals to a productive and independent life and that those with or without children will become parents and individuals who are responsible and capable of making decisions that affect the well being of all family members.
Journeys End Counseling, LLC – Outpatient substance abuse treatment consisting of weekly individual and group sessions, recovery support planning and random urinalysis testing. Treatment is generally 3-6 months. Additional interventions include family counseling, couples counseling and education, relapse prevention and skill building.
Seminole Prevention Coalition– A community-wide coalition connecting non-profit, governmental, community-based organizations, local business and citizens to help strengthen the community through effective prevention efforts aimed at underage drinking, substance abuse, prescription drug abuse and tobacco use among Seminole County youth. SPC takes a leadership role in improving the quality of life for youth and families by providing research and education directed to build a strong, healthy and drug-free community now and in the future.