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COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

 

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All Florida On-Line Counseling 

813-662-4214 

Text & After hours: 813 620-4900

https://allfloridaonline.com/

  • Provides online-only counseling for single adults, families, couples, and children. Accepts insurances under All Florida and has an affordable fee for self-pay clients.

BayCare Behavioral Health

Outpatient Services: 813-872-7582

Inpatient Services: 813-870-4300

Baycare.org

  • Provides a full range of comprehensive services for mental health and addiction issues tailored to meet the needs of children, adults, and families.

Big Bear Behavioral Health

800-840-2528

psychamerica.org

  • Provides counseling services in-home or at a convenient location for adolescents that have transportation challenges.

 

Centre for Women

813-251-8437

www.thecentre.org/programs/counseling-a-wellness

  • Counseling & Wellness: An affordable outpatient community counseling program for individuals, couples, families, children, and teens.

  • Counseling, support groups, and mental wellness programs for all individuals and families. Accepts most insurances and offers payment assistance/sliding fee scales.

Cheer Counseling

813-662-4214

Text & After Hours: 813-620-4900

cheercounseling.com/team (online appointment scheduling available)

  • Provides counseling services to couples, families, single adults, adolescents and children.

  • Specific counselors offer services in Spanish and American Sign Language.

  • Counselors accept insurance and a sliding scale is available.

 

Chrysalis Health

813-443-4827

www.chrysalishealth.com

  • Individual counseling for families, adults, and children starting at 3 years old. Sliding fee scale and accepts most insurances. 

Counseling Center of Tampa Bay

813-748-8719

Email: cindyhardwickLMCH@gmail.com

www.counselingcenteroftampabay.com

  • Provides affordable counseling services to individuals, families, and couples.

Cove Behavioral Health – Youth Services

M-F 8am-5pm - (813) 384-4000

M-F After 5pm - (855) 322-2600

youthservices@covebh.org

www.covebh.org/adolescent-services

www.covebh.org/prevention-services

  • Adolescent Outpatient Program: Educates youth ages 12-17 on the consequences of substance use and the addiction process, and assists with developing supports for ongoing recovery after treatment. Clinical staff provide group and individual counseling which promotes responsible thinking and mental, emotional and behavioral well-being.

  • Prevention Services: Designed to help youth and families with developing a positive self-image, effective coping skills, education and career goals, substance abuse refusal skills, social skills necessary to avoid high-risk behaviors, effective interpersonal relationships, and strong family bonds.

 

Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

24/7 Crisis Hotline: 2-1-1

Counseling Center: 813-264-9955

www.crisiscenter.com

www.crisiscenter.com/what-we-do/2-1-1-contact-center/healthy-transitions

  • You can dial 2-1-1 to receive free crisis counseling along with useful information and referral 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Help is just a phone call away.

  • Youth in Transition Program: Aims to improve access to treatment and support services for youth and young adults ages 16 – 25 that either have, are experiencing symptoms, or are at risk of developing a serious mental health condition. The program also aims to reduce stigma related to mental health, and focuses on empowering young people to be their best.

 

Elite DNA Therapy Services

239-223-2751

elitedna.us

First Choice Counseling & Wellness Center

813-270-5225

Location: 13377 N. 56th Tampa, FL 33617

  • Mission: To provide the highest quality clinical services that empower clients to find their inner strengths and reach their greatest potential.

  • Services include mental health assessments, diagnosing mental illness, providing mental health treatment, supervising master-level counseling students at a practicum level, and facilitating parenting and anger management groups.

 

Gary Howell, Psy.D., PC

813.419.PsyD (7793)

info@centerforpsychologicalgrowth.com

www.garyhowellpsyd.com

  • Licensed Psychologists offer individual and group therapy, couples counseling, psychological testing, hypnosis, and meditation services.

  • Insurance accepted or for a sliding scale.

  • Free transgender and gender-nonconforming youth support group and parenting support group (see website).

 

Gracepoint Wellness

813-272-2244

www.gracepointwellness.org

  • Provides clinical services for children, adolescents, and families.

  • Full range of psychiatric and therapeutic services, including individual, family, and group therapy, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management.

  • Home-based services are also available.

 

Hillsborough County Children’s Services

813-264-3807

WrightKw@hcflgov.net

www.hillsboroughcounty.org/en/government/departments/children

  • CINS/FINS Residential Program: Short-term residential respite program which offers a youth ages 10 to 17 an average length of stay of 14 days with supportive counseling, health screenings, and referrals for community services.

  • CINS/FINS Non-Residential Program: Trained counselors provide individual and family therapy to youth ages 7 to 17 at sites throughout Hillsborough County with flexible daytime and evening hours.

 

Hillsborough County Public Schools Mental Health Hotline

813-272-4787

www.sdhc.k12.fl.us

Ian's Way

727-644-2498

wecare@iansway.org

Iansway.org

  • Ian's Way aims to prevent teen suicide and de-stigmatize mental health through education and peer-to-peer group counseling.

  • Talk Time is a teen group counseling program offered online via Zoom and moderated by a mental health professional. Talk Time is available to teens between the ages of 12-19. In order to participate in Talk Time, all minors must have a parent or guardian fill out the online consent form.

  • Additional information talks are held for family and friends on a variety of issues and different perspectives involving suicide and mental health. All are welcome to join these talk sessions. See online event schedule.

IMPOWER

Referrals & Scheduling an Appointment: 321-639-1224

Press option 2

General Info & Admissions: 407-215-0095

Email: referrals@impowerfl.org

impowerfl.org

  • IMPOWER provides mental and behavioral health services for adults, children, adolescents, and families. 

  • Currently, offering no-cost telehealth mental health services to both children and adults directly affected by COVID-19.

New Moon Counseling, Jennifer Harris Palmer, LMHC

727-534-5100

36849 State Road 54, Zephyrhills, FL 33541

Newmooncounselingcenter@gmail.com

  • Mental health services for children, adolescents, and adults.

Northside Behavioral Health Center

813-977-8700

Press option 9 to schedule or reschedule an appointment

Press option 7 for any medication concerns

Press option 3 to register for a new Access To Care appointment

www.northsidebhc.org/services/outpatient-services/#child_outpatient

  • Children’s Outpatient Services

    • Available for youth ages 17 & under.

    • Therapy focuses on crisis stabilization, alleviating troubling symptoms, enhancing the quality of life, coping with life’s stresses, addressing children’s developmental and emotional needs.

  • Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment

    • Provides therapy to adolescents with sexual behavior problems or who have committed sexual offenses.

Online Therapy Resources for the LGBTQ+ Community

www.onlinetherapy.com/resources-for-LGBTQ

  • Provides an overview of how therapy supports members of the LGBTQ+ community and links to resources that can be helpful for navigating the coming-out process, strengthening your relationships, and learning how to be true to yourself as an LGBTQ+ individual.

Open Path Collective

openpathcollective.org

  • Non-profit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office and online mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to individuals, couples, children, and families in need.

  • Fees: Psychotherapy sessions range from $30 to $60 (between $30 and $80 for couples & family sessions), plus a one-time, lifetime membership fee of just $59.

  • Intended for people who either lack health insurance or are underinsured, and cannot otherwise afford to work with a therapist.

 

PATHWAYS Hillsborough

813-458-8763
Pathways.hillsborough@northsidemh.org

View Program Brochure

  • Assists individuals and their families on their journey through the maze of mental illness and addiction by coaching and connecting them with urgent and routine clinical resources in the Tampa Bay area and beyond.

  • PATHWAYS Hillsborough is a Northside Behavioral Health Care project funded through BayCare’s St. Joseph’s Hospital. Therefore, services are provided at no cost to individuals and their families.

Positive Family Partners, Inc.

813-399-1625

813-220-7468

813-528-0740

www.positivedevelopment.net

  • Provides and assists children, families, agencies, and communities with services and supports to promote positive development.

Success 4 Kids & Families

813-871-7412

www.s4kf.org/services

  • Successful Kids: This program coordinates access to mental health services and supports based on a child's individual needs and the needs of the family. The goal is to keep children in their homes, schools, and communities.

  • Successful Students: A truancy intervention program targeting youth ages 6 through 16.

  • Successful Youth: Intervenes when young people find themselves in the juvenile justice system. Services focused on returning youth to their homes and community.

  • Healthy Transitions: Serving young adults ages 16 to 25 years of age struggling with mental health issues. The program strives to make mental health support services more readily available to youth through individualized and group wellness activities.

  • Healthy Minds: A coordinated specialty care for early psychosis treatment program.
    Enrollment Criteria:

    • Individual has experienced psychotic symptoms for no more than 2 years (e.g. hallucinations, delusional thoughts, bizarre behavior, paranoia, and/or disorganized speech).

    • Symptoms are not caused by a medical condition or substance use.

    • Individual must not have a documented IQ below 70.

    • Individual must reside in Hillsborough County.

 

Supportive Therapy Empowering People

813-892-6203

rvilmenay@supportivetherapy.net

supportivetherapy.net

  • Provides individual, family, and group therapy to children, teens, and adults who are experiencing challenges causing turmoil in the home, school, and workplace.

  • Mentors provide encouragement to some of the children who tend to be scapegoated and attempt to use one-on-one time to engage in supportive and positive activities together.

  • Anger Management and Intensive Parenting classes.

  • Anger Management Court approved 6-week groups.

(Major Insurances such as Cigna, Aetna, Humana, Mental HealthNet, TriCare and CMS and Self-pay)

Tampa Jewish Family Services

813-960-1848

https://tjfs.org/

  • Family counseling services. Sliding fee scales and accepts most insurances.

Teen Line

310-855-4673 or 800-852-8336

teenlineonline.org

  • Trained teen volunteers are available to listen and support you every night from 9pm-1am EST via text message and email. Text "Teen" to 839863 or email at teenlineonline.org/talk-now/

USF Psychological Services Center

813-974-2496

psc.usf.edu/ClinicalServices.aspx

  • Provides assessment and therapeutic services for adults, children, families, and couples.

  • Fees are charged at a flat rate on a sliding scale.

 

Zebra Coalition

407-228-1446

zebrayouth.org/counseling/