Peace River Center is open for business, but our number one priority the safety and wellbeing of our clients, employees, and community. In an effort to be responsive to emerging rules and requirements regarding COVID-19 as well as following CDC guidelines we are making the following enhancements:
- As of Wednesday, March 25, we are going to limit our walk-in access at all locations. We will not be able to accommodate non-emergency walk-ins until further notice.
- If you would like to engage in services, we can set you up with telehealth options. Please call (863) 248-3311 to get started.
- If you are in crisis, we have a crisis hotline and mobile response team that can assist you. Just call (863) 519-3744 or toll-free (800) 627-5906. Our mobile crisis response team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with mental health or emotional crises.
- Our Lakeland and Bartow Crisis Campuses and Crisis Stabilization Units remain open at this time and operate 24/7. We are screening all admissions following the CDC requirements. Patient visitation has been modified to ensure the health and safety of our staff and patients.
We appreciate your partnership as we work to protect our staff and clients from the COVID-19. For more information please visit the CDC. We also encourage you to review this article on looking after your mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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