Lakewood Center
Established in 1989, Lakewood Center is a long-term treatment facility for adults with chronic mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Asperger's and depression. Lakewood residents enjoy a safe, supportive environment in dormitory style residences and apartment homes. The programs vary in degree of structure and supervision to meet the specific emotional, social and physical needs of the residents.

Lakewood Campus

  • Health Center
    • 24-hour staff
    • Crisis management
    • Supportive counseling
    • Medication monitoring
  • Case Management
    • Assistance with budgeting
    • Individualized treatment planning
    • Coordination of doctor appointments
  • Groups and Activities
    • Fitness program with professional trainers
    • Monthly community meeting
    • Psych-ed groups
    • Job Club; Computer Lab
    • Current events, arts and crafts, music appreciation
    • Yoga, basketball, swimming, tennis
    • Community outings to the beach, parks, museums,
      attractions and special events
    • Annual Caribbean vacation
  • Campus
    • 15 acres on spring-fed lake
    • Restaurant style meals 7 days per week
    • Dining room overlooks lake
    • Houses and apartments
    • Canoeing and fishing
    • Tennis courts
    • Swimming pool
    • Boat dock and pontoon boat
Supervised Community Living Program
  • Community-based apartments
  • Medication monitoring
  • Weekly visits by Case Manager
  • Recreational activity program
  • Assistance with grocery shopping
  • Psych-ed groups
  • Assistance with medical appointments
  • Crisis intervention

Lakewood Center and its Supervised Community Living programs are licensed as residential treatment facilities by the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Lakewood received zero citations on its last three annual State inspections.


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