David Lawrence Foundation for Mental Health

Naples, FL   |  www.davidlawrencecenter.org
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Mission

Established in 1968, it is the David Lawrence Center’s mission to restore and rebuild lives by
providing compassionate, advanced, and exceptional mental health, substance
abuse, and integrated healthcare solutions available to all. The vision of the
David Lawrence Center is to lead the way in transformational care so every
individual can achieve what is possible. David Lawrence Center has seven
locations in Collier County and touches the lives of more than 50,000 people each
year.

Ruling year info

1977

Principal Officer

Scott Burgess

Main address

6075 Bathey Lane

Naples, FL 34116 USA

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EIN

59-1756753

NTEE code info

Alcohol, Drug Abuse (Treatment Only) (F22)

Human Service Organizations (P20)

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Our programs

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Emergency and Inpatient Services

Emergency Services Assessment Center (Staffed with Emergency Service clinicians available 24/7 to provide clinical triage services and crisis intervention) - 1,874 individuals treated. Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) (24-bed mental health unit, which provides brief voluntary and involuntary evaluation and stabilization services for persons who are in a psychiatric crisis) - 943 adults treated. Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CCSU) (4-bed mental health unit, which provides brief voluntary and involuntary evaluation and stabilization services for children who are in a psychiatric crisis) - 226 children treated. Detoxification Program (15-bed voluntary, medically-managed inpatient program for adults who are in need of detoxification services) - 574 adults treated. Crossroads Program (18-bed voluntary residential treatment program for adults suffering from substance abuse issues) - 205 adults treated.

Population(s) Served

Medical Services (Psychiatric Evaluations, Psychotropic Medication Management & Medication Administration and Nursing services)

Population(s) Served

Admission triage and Clinical AssessmentIndividual, family and group therapy for children and adultsJuvenile Assessment Services (Community partnership offering juveniles and their families mental health and substance abuse assessments and referral services)Juvenile Substance Abuse Outpatient Treatment Program (Structured four month program providing outpatient group, individual and family therapy for juveniles 13-18 years old)Substance Abuse Day Treatment Program for adults (Intensive outpatient treatment 4 hours per day and 12 hours each week of structured groups and individual treatment)Substance Abuse Group Therapy for adults (1-2 times weekly)SAFE (Stop Abuse For Ever) (Adult Domestic Violence Intervention services designed for individuals experiencing legal problems as a result of domestic violence)

Population(s) Served

Affordable Housing (Operation of 22 affordable housing units in Collier County)Case Management (Assessment of social, medical or service needs, planning services, linking the client to various service systems, coordinating various life services)Family Intervention Services (FIS) (Adult Substance Abuse Case Management and Outreach services that provide screening, referral, linking and monitoring for parents and families involved in child protection services)Homeless Outreach, PATH Program (Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness services by moving those with mental illness off the streets and into stable living situations)Court Involved Specialty ProgramsForensic Program (Individuals charged with felony found incompetent to face trial or not guilty because of a mental health condition)FIRST Program, Forensic Intensive Reintegration Support Team (Intensive community re-integration assistance to inmates that suffer with serious and persistent mental illnesses or co-occurring disorders)Adult Drug Court Services (One year treatment program for chemical dependency for individuals with felony charges)Mental Health Court (Collaboration between the criminal justice system and the mental health treatment system)PTI Program, Adult Pretrial Intervention Services (For first time misdemeanor clients with court diversion agreement supervised by Collier County Probation)Supported Employment (Assisting clients entering the workforce to maintain strong employment relationships, including on the job assistance)

Population(s) Served

Intensive individual and family treatment as well as case management in the home, school and community (B-Net and Therapeutic Behavioral On-Site [TBOSS ] Programs)Community Action Team (CAT) (Intensive community based treatment to children and families at risk of out of home placement due to a mental health or co-occurring [substance abuse and mental health] disorder.)Wraparound Children’s Services (Individual and family treatment, case management in the home, school and community through funding provided by Naples Children’s Education Foundation)Children’s Substance Abuse Case Management and Outreach services (Court involved specialty programs for youth, parents and families involved in the juvenile justice system that receive screening, referral and case management services)Children and Adult Prevention Services (Education services utilizing nationally recognized prevention evidence based practices and participating in community projects)

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Goals & Strategy

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Enhance Alliances / Community Collaborations and PartnershipsExpand Children and Adolescent ServicesDevelop an Integrated Care ModelExpand Development Efforts and Increase Financial ResourcesIncrease Access to Care by Expansion

The David Lawrence Center will seek ways to further enhance our collaboration efforts and will commit to being a highly engaged partner with community organizations and individuals such as hospitals, healthcare providers, not-for-profit organizations, nursing homes, assisted living communities, local schools, law enforcement agencies, faith-communities and academic institutions. Expansion of children and adolescent services is critical to address the unmet and growing needs of our youth, to fill gaps in the continuum of services and to change life trajectories. Specialized early childhood services, robust children’s psychological testing and behavioral analysis services are among those that currently do not exist. Expanded capacity of existing services is also needed to reduce current waiting lists for David Lawrence Center services. Our goal is to be recognized as the expert in pediatric behavioral healthcare in Southwest Florida. Longer term residential supports are also critically important to foster successful recovery for those struggling with addiction. Sober housing, step downs from detox and intensive substance residential stays have proven to be most efficacious in aiding long term recovery results. Supportive housing saves lives, enhances lives and saves taxpayers money. As such, DLC is committed to work with our governmental and community partners to realize a plan for more individuals in need to truly have a “home.” As an organization that seeks to achieve diversity in its funding stream, over time we would hope to balance our revenues with at least 15-20% derived through charitable giving. We are committed to ensuring DLC remains an organization that cares for all individuals in our community, regardless of ability to pay. To meet the community’s current needs, to expand to meet the growing needs, and to be able to assist all who need care regardless of income or insurance status, we clearly will need to rally the support of the community to assist us in this vital mission. A fresh, new and slightly more modern-looking building could raise DLC’s image and assist in competing for such clientele who otherwise might seek treatment elsewhere. Through building and campus enhancements, individuals and their families will find a more welcoming, private and professional environment which supports recovery and wellness and encourages others in and around Naples to seek the care they need.

Long recognized as the safety net mental health provider for Collier County, David Lawrence Center (DLC) has consistently provided exceptional care to thousands of individuals each year. In fiscal year 2014 alone, 8,592 individuals were treated in a mental health or substance abuse treatment program. In addition, 49,985 lives were impacted through brief triage, substance abuse or mental health education/prevention programs and other outreach services. Fully 30% of services assisted children. All are welcomed to receive care, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status. As such, DLC plays a vital role in the healthcare, economic and social service fabric of the Southwest Florida community.

To become the leader in transformational care so every individual assisted can achieve what is possible.

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David Lawrence Foundation for Mental Health

Board of directors
as of 09/27/2018
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Douglas Johnson

Art Cherry

Community Volunteer

Catherine Fay

Naples Air Inc.

Welch George

Collier Sheriff's Department

L. Patt Schneider

Consultant

Pablo Veintimilla

Stonegate Bank

Robert Morantz

Retired

Viola Steffan

Retired

William O'Neill

Retired

Brian McAvoy

Attorney