South Central Alabama CMHC
Andalusia, AL. 36420
SCAMHC is a 501c3 organization providing an array of services to mentally ill, substance abuse, and developmentally disabled individuals in Butler, Coffee, Covington and Crenshaw Counties. We serve approximately 4500 persons annually. Our ability to meet the needs of the uninsured is limited without the assistance of philanthropic agencies and local government support. We are considered quasi-governmental since we are established by local governmental entities: Butler, Coffee, Covington and Crenshaw Counties; Cities of Opp, Florala, Andalusia, Red Level, Greenville, Brantley, Luverne, Elba, and Enteprise. Mental Illness services are offered to children through the geriatric years and include: Rehabilitative Day Programs, Intensive Day Programs, Supportive Housing, Case Mgt. (Adult and Children), Small Capacity Group Home, Children's and Adult In-Home Services, Juvenile Court Liaison, Probate Court, Outpatient Therapy, Hospital Evaluations, Geriatric Services, Psychiatric Services, Crisis Intervention, Testing, Med Monitoring and Information and Referral. We operate 3 Adult Training Centers for persons with Developmental Disabilities. Evaluations and assessments are provided. Other services provided for the DD population are: Adult Training, Case Management, Early Intervention for the 0-3 yrs. age group. Programs offered by the Substance Abuse Division include: Crisis Residential, Intensive Outpatient and Court Referral.