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It's OK to not be OK; it's also OK to ask for help!

For Yourself

We are a safe place to have a conversation about mental health and a safe place to share your thoughts and feelings.

For Families

We are a place to turn for real help and support if you are concerned about the safety of a loved one who may be at risk for suicide.

Our Team

Our Recovery Peer Specialists are people who understand and speak the language of the heart, because they have experienced recovery from mental health conditions.

What We Do

Through collaboration with people and organizations, we connect with anyone in an emotional crisis who is seeking help. We meet with them in person, virtually, or telephonically and help them explore their options for changing their current situation.

If a decision is made to begin inpatient or outpatient mental health treatment, we link them or their loved one with a treatment provider. We also help identify and solve any potential barriers to treatment, such as affordability, to ensure that nothing gets in the way of accessing help. We then routinely follow up over the course of the following year to check in, listen, and assist with accessing additional services or care if needed.

Ultimately, we want to help people and families receive the assistance or treatment needed before the situation escalates to a mental health crisis. To do this, we collaborate with community partners to provide education with the goal of reducing the stigma associated with mental health conditions and seeking treatment.

The Meeting Place

This is our starting point – a safe, neutral space to have a conversation about mental health for individuals, families and friends.​

Hand in Hand

We provide information about resources and treatment options, referrals for treatment and community resources, and follow-up contacts to ensure your goals are met.

Turn Here

We offer virtual, telephone, and in-person mental health crisis support for individuals and families.

Stay Connected

After helping you make a plan, we will contact you to check in multiple times over the course of the following year. If you have encountered a barrier to treatment, or have not met your goals, we can go back to the drawing board together, and find a new path to get where you want to go. ​

Walk-Ins Welcome

Visit Us

We call our space, the Meeting Place, because we are not an office, center or practice. We are simply a starting point, a welcoming place to meet and have a conversation about mental health.

You are welcome to call or stop by the Meeting Place anytime, Monday through Friday, between 8am – 8pm or Saturday, Sunday and Holidays, 10am – 6pm. Or, you can make an appointment to talk via phone, text, video call, or in person at the Meeting Place.


Monday – Friday: 8am – 8pm
Saturday – Sunday & Holidays: 10am – 6pm

Get Help Today

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What to Expect

We would love the chance to talk with you in person at the Meeting Place.

There is convenient parking in front and in back of our building, and we’re located just down the street from a bus stop, not too far from the corner of Atlantic Blvd. and A1A. When you come in, one of our team members will be there to greet you. You can get comfortable in a chair, or sit at a table, plug in, listen to music and relax. A team member will then meet with you in one of our private, quiet conversation rooms. You are welcome to bring a friend or loved one with you who can wait in the welcome room, or join us in the conversation room.

You know yourself better than anyone else.

So we are here to help you explore your options and connect you with what you are looking for to change your situation. We collaborate with service organizations and mental healthcare practitioners to guide you to what you need, when you need it.

It starts with a conversation, and you will decide where we go from there.

We meet you where you are, and will help you move forward as you are ready. Everyone processes things differently, so we move at your pace and comfort level.

It's okay to not be okay.

And it’s also okay to ask for help.