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Community Support Response for Our Orlando Community 

Devereux remains a committed partner to the mental health, child welfare, LGBT and Latino communities. As our community continues to pull together to support those impacted from the Pulse tragedy, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Florida is committed to the provision of a variety of services available on an immediate and ongoing basis. Devereux Florida earned the Human Rights Campaign “All Children, All Families” Seal of Recognition for our inclusive practices and bilingual (Spanish-English) services are made available. 

Mobile Crisis Services 

The Devereux Mobile Crisis Services is on hand to provide immediate on-site crisis intervention and support for children and adolescents throughout Orange County. This is an established program made available in partnership with Orange County Government and the Heart of Florida United Way 211. Services are available 24/7 for youth between the ages of birth to 17 years. Immediate services are provided for youth experiencing a crisis related to mental health needs, substance abuse issues, or trauma related event. 

To access Mobile Crisis Services, call 2-1-1 by phone or text (text your zip code to 898-211). Reaching out will get you connected to a multilingual 2-1-1 specialist who can put you in touch with Devereux and other local organizations providing critical services to improve and save lives. 

Outpatient Counseling

The Devereux Family Counseling Center provides individual, family and group therapy to children and families in the home, school, and clinic settings. Services are available for children, adolescents and adults. The program is staffed by professional therapists who provide individual, group and family counseling for a myriad of issues, including Trauma Related Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress, Grief and Loss, Anger Management, Behavior Problems, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Disorders, Hyperactivity, and Inattention. Psychiatrists and nurse practitioners are on staff to provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management services. Targeted Case Management services are also available to help children and their families through family challenges and crisis. To make an appointment, call Devereux at (321) 441-1030. 

Community Support Services

Devereux is available to provide additional services upon request, such as psychoeducation regarding coping with traumatic events, managing stressful situations, building resiliency, and information on how to access services in our community. 

To learn more or to facilitate further collaboration with Orlando partner organizations in response to the Pulse tragedy, call our Director of External Affairs at (407) 362-9265.