Adult Clinical Services

LifeStream operates outpatient clinics located in Leesburg, Clermont, Crystal River, Bushnell, and Eustis. Outpatient services provide a range of mental health, and substance use disorder services for adults, including medication management, therapy, substance use counseling and much more. Individuals may be referred by family, a community agency, the courts, or self-referred. Services begin with a comprehensive assessment and the creation of a treatment plan that the individual helps to design. Based upon the initial assessment and diagnosis, the appropriate treatment will be provided. Care is overseen by board-certified psychiatrists and licensed clinicians.

Mental Health Adult

Adult outpatient counseling provides services to adults with behavioral or emotional problems that are affecting their ability to function. Counseling services are provided in a focused, time-effective manner. Outpatient programs offer individual, group and family counseling, as well as access to a psychiatrist for evaluation and medication treatment if needed.


Crossroads Substance Use Disorder Services

Outpatient services provide both intervention and traditional outpatient services to adults. The program provides assessment, forensic services, intervention and family, group and individual therapy for substance users and their families. Treatment goals, objectives and services are aimed at eliminating alcohol or other drug use and improving functioning areas.

Florida Assertive Community Treatment

Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) – This program is a psychiatrist led a multi-disciplinary team that wraps support around the individuals rather than linking them to community resources as in the traditional case management model. The team provides all necessary services, including support, treatment, and rehabilitation, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. FACT serves persons who have had difficulty benefiting from other more traditional forms of treatment. Individuals with severe and persistent mental illness learn symptom management techniques to prevent recurrent episodes that lead to hospitalization and disruption of their lives.


Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) Team

AOT helps people achieve and maintain physical and mental health while decreasing mental health crises, hospitalizations, incarceration, and homelessness through voluntary or involuntary Baker Act or court-ordered treatment. In order to be eligible for the program, the person must have been in a psychiatric hospital or incarcerated two or more times in the past 36 months or had threats or acts of violent behavior towards themselves or others in the past 48 months. Services provided to the consumer include intensive case management, psychiatry, medication management, housing support, life skills development and guidance and support to help each individual reach their goals.

Forensic Community Services Team

FCST is a multi-disciplinary team that offers services including screening, individualized service and treatment planning, individual and/or group therapy, medication management, case management linking and monitoring, life skills training, housing assistance and benefit assessment supports. Consumers are served while in jail and while living in the community. The team intervenes post-booking, serving Lake County residents age 18 or older who have two or more misdemeanor offenses in the past 12 months and a probable diagnosis of a mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorder.


Mobile Response Team

This program is a collaboration with Clermont Police Department and Lake County Sheriff’s Office (Minneola City Limits). The mobile crisis team offers an immediate clinical evaluation on scene by a mental health professional and assists Crisis Intervention Trained (CIT) officers to help determine the type of intervention or treatment needed. The team will work to divert individuals to the least restrictive alternate service that will assist them in resolving the immediate crisis and provide follow up care, thus resulting in their safety and the safety of the community.

Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC)

This program provides intervention services for adults in the justice system that includes preventative counseling and education to avoid re-offending. Attendees to most TASC interventions are urine tested to validate that they do not have a more serious substance use problem, and receive completion certificates they may take back to the legal system to prove they have been compliant with mandates. TASC services are provided in a group format that may range from one 4 hour session to a program of 10 to 12 weeks.

Adult TASC