Supportive Services

Substance Use for Children and Youth

Recovery Support refers to services designed to support and coach an adult and their family to regain or develop skills to live, work and learn successfully in the community. Services are delivered by a person with lived experience, a peer, and it may include group or individual substance abuse or mental health education, assistance with coordination of services, skills training, and coaching under the supervision of a mental health professional.

Supportive Services available:

  • Drop-in/Self Help Center

  • Drop-in/Self Help Centers are peer-run and intended to provide a range of opportunities for persons to independently develop, operate, and participate in social, recreational, and networking activities. Services are not supervised by mental health professional staff and are not considered a treatment intervention.

  • Information & Referral

  • Mental Health Clubhouse Services

  • Mental Health Clubhouse Services are structured, evidence-based services designed to both strengthen and/or regain the individual’s interpersonal skills, provide psycho-social supports toward rehabilitation, develop the environmental supports necessary to help the individual thrive in the community and meet employment and other life goals and promote recovery from mental illness. Clubhouses are certified under the International Center for Clubhouse Development. Services are provided by trained staff and peers, referred to as members, working side-by-side as teams to address the individual’s life goals and to perform the tasks necessary for the operations of the Clubhouse. The emphasis is on a holistic approach focusing on the individual’s strengths and abilities while challenging the individual to pursue those life goals.

  • Outreach

  • Recovery Support - Individual

  • Supported Employment

  • Supported employment services are evidence-based community-based employment services in an integrated work setting which provides regular contact with non-disabled co-workers or the public. A job coach provides longer-term, ongoing support for as long as it is needed to enable the recipient to maintain employment. Supportive employment is usually provided alongside other outpatient or residential treatment services.

Providers offering Supportive Services

Banyan Health Systems

Substance Use for Children
Miami, FL

New Hope CORPS

Substance Use for Children
Homestead, FL

Concept Health Systems, Inc

Substance Use for Children
Miami, FL

Guidance Care Center, Inc.

Substance Use for Children
Marathon, FL
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If you are in need of emergency help, please call 911 or visit our Crisis Support page

Any person with a disability requiring special accommodations to a meeting may contact Jessica Rodriguez at (305) 858-3335 Ext. 7458 or via e-mail at, at least five (5) working days prior to the event. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact this office by using the Florida Relay Services which can be reached at 1 (800) 955-8771 (TDD) or 1 (800) 955-8770 (Voice) or you may contact Ms. Rodriguez via the e-mail provided above.