Psychosis care

People experiencing psychosis need a highly specialized level of care. Our program brings together a multidisciplinary team to ensure people quickly get the comprehensive care they need in one convenient location.

We begin with an evaluation followed by an individualized treatment plan based on each person’s need.

Our team

  • Licensed mental health counselor
  • Counselor
  • Care coordinator
  • Psychiatrist who can prescribe medications if needed
  • Peer specialist who has lived experience dealing with mental health issues

Who we serve

Adults ages 18 to 35 is the most common age for diagnosis. Untreated psychosis can escalate to crisis. People who have this mental health disorder represent a highly vulnerable population who are at increased risk of becoming victims of crime, exploitation, incarceration or even suicide. Treating early psychosis, or first-episode psychosis (FEP), can make a difference in a person’s future.


  • Losing touch with reality
  • Delusions (false beliefs)
  • Hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that others do not see or hear)
  • Incoherent or nonsense speech
  • Behavior that is inappropriate for the situation.

Our experts provide education on:

  • Processing episodes
  • Coping with voices
  • Setting goals
  • Developing relationships
  • Medication management
  • Employment support and linkage to education

Caregivers will also provide family therapy and education in order to support those closest to the client.




1221 West Lakeview Ave., Building H
Pensacola, FL 32501

Registration: 850-469-3500

Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.