In-School Expansion of Services

As a contracted behavioral health provider for Brevard Public Schools, LCC employs a team of over 15 clinicians who provide mental health and substance abuse counseling services on site in over 25 local schools. These clinicians specialize in treating children and adolescents, and work closely with the educational professionals within the schools they serve.

These services have seen recent growth within the schools, over 400 school referrals since the beginning of the 2019-2019 school year! We now have 10 clinicians who are certified instructors for Youth Mental Health First Aid.  In addition, our team of clinicians serving middle and high schools can now provide both mental health and substance abuse counseling.


Lifetime Counseling Receives JDC Grant!

The Lifetime Counseling Center is the contracted behavioral health provider for Brevard’s Juvenile Drug Court (JDC).  The interdisciplinary JDC team was selected as one of six sites in the U.S. for a research project sponsored by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) under the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP). The project has been designed to test the efficacy of implementation of new Juvenile Drug Treatment Court guidelines.

In addition, our JDC team, is the recipient of a three-year grant from OJJDP. This grant is designed to expand treatment services for JDC youth who may not otherwise be able to afford these services.


Lifetime Counseling Center to Provide Healthy Start Services

The Lifetime Counseling has been asked by the Healthy Start Coalition to become the new provider of Healthy Start services for Brevard County. This exciting new venture has allowed us to bring on 4 new staff members to date and growing!

This new service will begin November 2018 and provides resources, help, and support moms need to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Our team of experienced care coordinators offers in-home services to pregnant women and children under the age of 3, including needs assessment, parent and health education, developmental screening, referrals to other needed services, and case management.