American Hero and "Battleship" Film Star,
Colonel Greg Gadson, USA, (Ret). Shares His Extraordinary Story with Friends of the MHA on April 19, 2016.
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The Walk-In Center
The Walk-In Center is designed to meet the emerging and imminent mental health needs of individuals and families in our community while enhancing the quality of their lives.
The Center provides crisis intervention and individual therapy services to children, adults and families as well as psychiatric evaluations and medication management services to adults.
We also offer information, referrals, case management, self-help groups, psycho-educational groups, and group therapy.
The first visit to the Walk-In Center is free of charge for many Indian River County residents. We have to charge a fee for our services to keep our facility open; however, fees are based on a sliding scale based on household income. Our hope is to minimize the impact your fee has on your situation.
The Clinical staff at the MHA Walk-In Center are licensed mental health professionals or supervised mental health professionals in training. These Clinicians are devoted to the treatment and well-being of all clients and continually strive for personal and professional excellence.
How Can We Help You?
The Walk-In Center Staff understands you can't wait for an appointment and we don't expect you to have to. We are open Monday - Friday 8:30 am. until 5:00 pm. and no appointment is necessary. Just walk in.
On Fridays - we are closed from
11:30 am to 1:30 pm for walk-ins.
We're here for you.
Wondering what to expect? Give us a call - 772.569.9788
Board of County Commissioners, Indian River County, FL, presents Proclamation designating the month of May, 2016 as Mental Health Month in Indian River County, to Dr. Bob Brugnoli, Executive Director of the MHA, MHA Board Chair, Dr. Karen Mersky, and friends of the MHA.
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Our ability to offer services to the entire community is a testimony to the generosity of our neighbors. Thank you!