Mental Health

FAMILY EMERGENCY TREATMENT CENTER

FAMILY EMERGENCY TREATMENT CENTER  (FETC)
Mental Health  Emergency Walk-In Clinic    
8 a.m. – 10  p.m. Monday –  Saturday
400 15th Street North St. Petersburg,  FL
(727)  552-1053   10 p.m. – 8  a.m.

11254 58 Street  North Pinellas Park,  FL
(727)  541-4628  
SUICIDE HOTLINE (727)  791-3131


FETC offers assistance to children, adolescents and adults with
personal problems ranging from family and life adjustment difficulties
to stress reactions and mental illness.
   
Services  includes:  
Immediate Evaluation &  Assessment
Counseling
Individual and Group Therapy
Medication management
Appointment with Community  Resources
Aftercare Follow-Up Services
Ryan White Funding 

Our Staff  Includes:
  
Psychiatrists
Psychologists
Care  Managers
Registered Nurses
Nurse Practitioners
Clinical Social Workers
 
FETC’s values:
  
Protect the dignity and privacy of every person we serve
Provide service regardless of the individual’s financial resources
Respond to the diversity of our community through culturally sensitive and consumer focused care
Target outcomes that satisfy the consumer and demonstrate program effectiveness.

FETC’s provides Substance Abuse and Mental  Health Counseling.  Persons
eligible for Ryan White funding can receive substance abuse and mental
health counseling at the  Family Emergency Treatment Center in St.
Petersburg.  Ryan White funding provides  services for persons and
their loved ones who are living with the HIV  virus or AIDS
 
FETC also provides an alternative resource  for the law enforcement
officer who has an individual who does not meet  Baker Act criteria yet
is in need of mental health interventions. An  alternative to costly,
time-consuming and many times inappropriate  treatment options such as
hospital emergency rooms, crisis units and  jails.

FETC’s goal is to improve the quality of life for the individual by
providing an individual treatment prior to their condition
deteriorating and allowing them to remain with family and friends in
their community.