ABOUT SCMHC

We pride ourselves on the delivery of high quality behavioral health and substance abuse care to people of all ages and incomes in Palm Beach County, south of Southern Boulevard.

South County Mental Health Center is a state-chartered, nonprofit health care organization in operation in Florida since 1974. As such, we depend on local support to continue to make a
difference in the lives of adults, children, and families in our communities.

In these difficult times, we want to be the care provider you trust for the well-being of your loved ones.

Our Services

We’re in the business of serving communities. We provide quality behavioral health therapies while striving to allow clients to live as high quality and independent a life as possible.

ADULT SERVICES

Our doctors, therapists and case managers address a wide range of issues affecting mentally ill adults, including crisis intervention, residential care, case management, mobile treatment, plus recreational and vocational programs.

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CHILDREN SERVICES

We offer inpatient and outpatient services, including visits from our mobile crisis team, work with DCF and schools, plus off-site care serving children from 3 to 18 years old who have been abused or neglected.

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PRIVACY NOTICE

We Care About Your Privacy, South County Mental Health Center is committed to protecting your privacy.

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TITLE VI

South County Mental Health Center operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.

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Success Stories

Don’t take our word for it: Read what our clients and their families have to say about the important work we do.

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Donor Portal

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Get help with an immediate issue, more details about our services, or volunteer your time or make a donation to improve mental health care where you live.