The FSU Behavioral Health clinic is an outpatient clinic providing psychiatric and psychotherapeutic assessment and treatment services to clients aged six and above. The clinic is a partnership between Florida State University and Apalachee Center.
Apalachee Center offers psychosocial rehabilitative services (PSR) in Leon, Gadsden, Liberty, and Madison counties. PSR services allow individuals with serious mental illness to gain the independent living, social and communication skills necessary to allow them to remain in or return to independent functioning in community settings
FACT Team (Florida Assertive Community Treatment Team) is an intensive community-based treatment program that provides services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. FACT Team is designed to address every aspect of individuals’ life challenges by integrated services.
The Homeless Project is an outpatient treatment program providing services to individuals who are experiencing homelessness, have no insurance, and have a major mental illness. The purpose of the Homeless Project is to provide supportive services including community resources and various services to help individuals getting out of the vicious circle.
The Drop-In Center is a peer-run community meeting place for anyone experiencing or affected by someone who has mental health, substance use and/or co-occurring challenges. The focus is on self-help with social, recreational and support activities.
The Forensic Intervention and Re-entry Services Team (FIRST) serves adults who have a mental illness and are involved in the criminal justice system in Leon County. Individuals are served at every stage of the criminal justice process including: pending proceedings, incarceration, mental health pre-trial release and mental health probation or release
Community Forensic services are provided in each of the seven outlying county outpatient clinics to those involved with the criminal justice system. Staff work with the courts as well as the jails to meet the needs of the person served
Apalachee’s Children’s Outpatient Program provides psychiatric evaluations, medication management, therapy and case management services in each of the counties we serve. Our services are individualized to meet the unique needs of each family we serve – our staff provide services in the home, office, or child’s school to accommodate family’s busy schedules.
The Community Action Team (CAT) is an intensive and community-based program that serves youth and their families who have not achieved their desired outcomes from “traditional” approaches to treatment.
NAVIGATE is a program designed to provide early treatment for people who have experienced a first episode of psychosis. NAVIGATE provides comprehensive services to people who are between 15 to 40 years of age.