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The Adult Outpatient Programs

  • Locations in: Brevard, Orange and Seminole Counties. 

  • Providing quality, evidence-based substance use treatment and educational services to adults.

  • Specialized groups offered for pregnant and post-partum women.

  • If a client has an infant or small child, the child may attend treatment with their parent.

The Day Treatment Programs

  • Locations in: Brevard and Orange Counties. 

  • Providing quality, evidenced-based services to clients with substance use problems utilizing cognitive behavioral group therapy, network therapy, individual counseling, motivational interviewing and family intervention as needed.

  • If a client has an infant or small child, the child may attend treatment with their parent.


The Women's Residential Program

  • Accepting women from all Florida Counties. 

  • A level II and level IV therapeutic community utilizing quality, evidenced-based practices designed for adult women who suffer from substance use and/or co-occurring disorders.

  • In cases where a client has an infant, small child or gives birth while in the program, the child can live with the mother while she receives treatment.

Priority admission given to:

  1. Pregnant, injecting drug users

  2. Other pregnant substance abusers

  3. Injecting drug users

  4. All other clients

Click here to fill out a screening form for Residential, Outpatient or Day Treatment programs.

Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Program


Through extensive outreach efforts the OUD navigator works with other community associates such as, but not limited to, treatment partners, employers, educators and health care providers to facilitate comprehensive services within the continuum of care. STEPS will connect participating individuals with resources to aid in furthering their careers and/or develop employment opportunities while also offering quality treatment for SUD’s inclusive of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).

Rapid Evaluation and Appropriate Placement Program

The REAP Program provides services to individuals from Central Florida. The purpose of the program is to provide case management to individuals in the community and align them with resources needed for everyday life. Resources include, but are not limited to, medical, dental, vision, housing, food, clothing, employment, education, etc. Utilizing evidenced based practices to clients using a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. REAP is available twenty-four (24) hours a day to provide immediate response and assistance when needed. Services are provided in office within the community. Referrals are accepted from individuals themselves or from within the community (i.e., emergency rooms, county sheriff or police, detox facilities, etc.)

Click here to fill out a screening form for the REAP program.

Orange County Jail Programs

Inmate Treatment Program provides services to inmates of the Orange County Jail through funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program. The primary purpose of the program is to provide an avenue of treatment, exposing adult inmates to evidenced-based, substance use treatment in the form of a modified therapeutic community as well as an assortment of community services as they are released from incarceration, building and strengthening their recovery support network.

The Young Fathers Initiative targets juveniles 17 years old and under and adults 18-24 years old who are incarcerated in the Orange County Jail and have been referred to the program by corrections staff.  The program utilizes Parenting Inside Out (PIO) which is an evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral parent management skills training program; designed for incarcerated and criminal justice involved parents.

The Drug Court Program

Adult Drug Court (Brevard County) includes a qualification phase and three (3) phases of outpatient treatment, consisting of group and individual counseling and mandatory attendance at self-help meetings. Services include comprehensive assessments, evidence-based outpatient treatment; individual counseling; life skills; anger management; recovery support services and transportation.

Areas addressed in treatment include substance abuse education, behavior patterns of addiction, rational and irrational thinking patterns, recovery process, relapse prevention, gender/cultural issues, communication skills, stress management, anger management, life skills and HIV/AIDS education.


Medication Assisted Treatment

Naltrexone (Vivitrol) is a medication used to treat both opioid and alcohol use disorders. The injectable extended-release form of the drug (Vivitrol) is administered once a month and blocks the effects of opiates and alcohol. 

Buprenorphine is used to help individuals reduce or quit their use of heroin or other opiates, such as pain relievers like morphine. Medications such as buprenorphine, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, provide a whole-client approach to the treatment of opioid dependency. When taken as prescribed, buprenorphine is safe and effective.

Methadone is a medication used to help individuals reduce or quit their use of heroin or other opiates. It has been used for decades to treat people who are addicted to heroin and narcotic pain medicines. When taken as prescribed, it is safe and effective. It allows people to recover from their addiction and to reclaim active and meaningful lives.

Mental Health Services

We offer the resources necessary to meet personal Mental Health goals. Services delivered in an accepting and supportive atmosphere. We provide a personalized approach, tailored to individual needs through brief and comprehensive Assessments, Counseling, and Referrals to medication management, allowing clients to reach their full potential.

Additional Services Offered throughout Brevard, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. 

  • Outreach,

  • Case management

  • Aftercare services

  • Residential IV (Transitional Housing)

  • Mental Health

  • HIV/STI/STD Testing

Many of our programs are sponsored by Central Florida Cares Health System and the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families.

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