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(407) 658-1818 (x1069)


9:00am-5:00pm (Monday-Friday)
Evening hours may be available by request.


Who We Are

Behavioral Health Services offers a variety of programs, including counseling , coordination of care and community education that seek to increase mental health awareness and decrease stigma in the community. We are dedicated to helping clients get connected to services that support mental well-being and overall mental health. Whether it is in-person or virtual, we have the capacity through our extensive network to meet people in ways most convenient for them. These services are offered throughout the nine counties of Diocese of Orlando.

“It is not the soul alone that should be healthy; if the mind is healthy in a healthy body, all will be healthy and much better prepared to give God greater service.

St. Ignatius of Loyola

Counseling Services

We offer virtual and face-to-face outpatient counseling services for older adolescents, adults, senior citizens, couples and families. Our staff have a variety of specialties—including, but not limited to, trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. We offer Pre-Cana services for couples seeking marriage in the Catholic Church and post annulment services as well. We offer faith-based and non-faith-based services to meet the needs of a wide variety of clients. Staff is bilingual in English and Spanish.

We accept a variety of insurance including Medicare. In some cases, clients who have insurance we do not accept may be served by other opportunities. We accept self-pay clients. Clients who do not have insurance coverage can be served through our sliding fee program which bases price on household income after taxes and depending on household size. If you have questions about your insurance coverage or pricing, please contact us for details.

Coordination of Care

We offer coordination of care, which is connective research, referral and follow up support to connect individuals and families to additional services to enhance recovery.

We are committed to finding the right treatment for your particular needs. If we are not the best fit, we will accompany, guide, and support to find proper treatment.

Community Education

Behavioral Health offers Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training, a certificate program that trains participants to recognize mental health problems and how to offer and provide initial support and guidance for a friend, family member, co-worker or neighbor in need. Trainings are both live and virtual and open to the general public. To express interest in a MHFA course, please click here.