The Behavioral Health Hospital in Orlando, FL, for Every Age Group
Central Florida Behavioral Hospital is here to be a beacon of help and hope for children, adolescents, and adults suffering from mental health and substance abuse disorders. The services at our behavioral health hospital in Orlando, FL, help patients gain the skills they need to walk the path to recovery. We use specialized treatments and supportive services to provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs. All of them feature evidence-based therapies that meet the individual needs of our patients.
The Affective Disorder Program at Central Florida Behavioral Hospital offers a unique program designed for adults with a primary affective disorder such as depression, bipolar and/or anxiety disorders.
The Persistent Mental Health Program is designed to provide treatment to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and bipolar disorder. These patients often experience complex symptoms that require ongoing treatment and management.
The Dual Diagnosis Program is an inpatient treatment program for adults ages 18 and older who suffer from a co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorder. Our program is deeply embedded in Alcoholics Anonymous’ 12-step recovery program and includes weekly meetings on-site.
A unique inpatient program designed specifically for mature adults who suffer from mental health or dual diagnosis disorders. This setting is designed as a place where patients can thrive in an intimate, age specific and non-confrontational peer group.
Treatment occurs in a highly structured environment which provides an opportunity for children ages 5-13 to learn and practice behavioral skills to manage a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and family problems.
Treatment occurs in a highly structured environment which provides an opportunity for teens ages 14-17 to learn and practice behavioral skills to manage a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and family problems.
Electroconvulsive therapy is a treatment option for adults 18 years and older with severe behavioral health issues who have either not responded to medications or whose symptoms are too severe to permit medication trials.
PHP can be an effective solution for patients in need of an intensive, structured, daily therapeutic environment who do not require 24-hour care. It can help individuals transition from inpatient care or it can provide the support and structure needed to prevent an inpatient stay.
The outpatient services we offer allow patients to continue working and going to school, so they can mend their lives without disrupting them. We’ve designed it to include a schedule that’s both part-time and intensive. Anyone who isn’t sure whether inpatient or outpatient therapy is right for them need only ask our highly qualified staff; we’re always happy to help.
We strive to bring happiness and contentment to the lives of our community members. That is why we are proud to sponsor events like the Mental Health Association of Central Florida's "The State of Mental Health and The Art of Happiness Art Show." Our Marketing Representative, Kelly Matthews and Mental Health Ambassador, Andrea Galvo da Silva, had a great time viewing all the beautiful artwork and getting the chance to hear a compelling personal story from Daryl Tol, CEO of AdventHealth Orlando. ... See MoreSee Less
It was a pleasure hosting our Universal Health Services, Inc. executive team, and giving them a tour of our facility. A big thank you to Roz Hudson, Senior Vice President of Behavioral Health and Matt Peterson, Executive Vice President and President of Behavioral Health, for taking the time to meet with our leadership team and facility staff members! ... See MoreSee Less
With so much technology at our fingertips, why not use it to help support our mental health?
There are lots of apps out there to help track symptoms, set medication reminders, journal mood changes and take notes from day-to-day. Try incorporating the use of a mental health app into your routine and see what strategies work for you. ... See MoreSee Less
As the season gets busier with upcoming holidays, vacations and other responsibilities, life can get a little messy. Plan some time to keep your personal space organized so you can focus your mental energy on other tasks. ... See MoreSee Less
The transition from summer into autumn can sometimes trigger feelings of depression or disinterest. More commonly known as the "winter blues," this condition is called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
According to Psychology Today, "Self-care is an important part of treatment. For those with SAD, it is important to monitor mood and energy level, take advantage of available sunlight, plan pleasurable activities for the winter season, plan physical activities and approach the winter season with a positive attitude." For more information on Seasonal Affective Disorder, check out bit.ly/2p1uWpK. ... See MoreSee Less
We invite the community to join us from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on November 19 for our free Mental Health First Aid community training at our facility.
This eight-hour course uses real-life scenarios to help you recognize and understand the symptoms of a mental health condition. Attendees will learn how to aid someone in crisis, de-escalate difficult situations, listen without judgment and encourage self-help for those in need.
Our facility hosted an important CEU event, The Psychology of School Shooters, which detailed the realities surrounding a shooter's motivation, internal justification and preemptive behavior. Keynote speaker Dwight Bain presented and left the audience with a significant takeaway - his belief that "you always miss what you are not trained to see."
Thank you to Dwight for his enlightening presentation and to everyone in our community who attended. A big congratulations to the Bell Eve Treatment Center, who won our sweet treat raffle gift basket! ... See MoreSee Less
Don't forget to join the CEU Event "The Psychology of School Shooters" from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on October 25 at our facility.
Presented by Nationally Certified Counselor, Dwight Bain, the discussion will focus on what makes a child "snap" into acts of violence. This presentation will equip attendees with a comprehensive guide on how to manage a community shooting for survivors.