Centered on Behavioral Health On-Site and Online

In keeping with our decades-long mission to deliver patient-centered behavioral health and addiction treatment, prevention, intervention, and education, DLC is committed to being a trusted resource even when you can’t get to us in person.

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If you or someone you know is in immediate need of help,
call our 24-hour phone line at (239) 455-8500 or dial 911.

Remote Mental Health Services

Remote Mental Health Services

The DLC Virtual Care Center offers children, adults, and families remote access to over 100 of our counselors and clinicians that provide:

  • Virtual counseling
  • Virtual doctor and medical services
  • New patient registration
Remote Mental Health Services

Remote Mental Health Services

The DLC Virtual Care Center offers children, adults, and families remote access to over 100 of our counselors and clinicians that provide:

  • Virtual counseling
  • Virtual doctor and medical services
  • New patient registration

Virtual Care Center Registration

Registration for the DLC Virtual Care Center is easy.

  • 1
    Complete all 4 forms noted below. Each link will bring you to DocuSign to electronically sign each form.
  • 2
    Once completed, wait for a DLC Virtual Care team member to contact you.
  • 3
    Schedule your Virtual Care Center appointments with your provider or by calling (239) 455-8500.

For Referring Agencies & Providers

Baker Act Receiving

Baker Act Receiving

DLC is Collier County’s Baker Act Receiving Facility. Referrals may be made by parents, law enforcement, local hospitals, medical professionals, the school system, or other concerned parties.
An evaluation within 24 hours of admission helps to establish an initial treatment plan. Patients have access to a team of psychiatrists, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, resource coordinators, clinicians, and behavioral healthcare technicians, to collaboratively design a holistic and individualized approach.

Baker Act Receiving

Baker Act Receiving

DLC is Collier County’s Baker Act Receiving Facility. Referrals may be made by parents, law enforcement, local hospitals, medical professionals, the school system, or other concerned parties.
An evaluation within 24 hours of admission helps to establish an initial treatment plan. Patients have access to a team of psychiatrists, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, resource coordinators, clinicians, and behavioral healthcare technicians, to collaboratively design a holistic and individualized approach.

Together, we will find hope and healing.

Download our Flyer

Interested in downloading a flyer about our Virtual Care Center? Download our flyer or request a flyer to be mailed to you by calling (239) 455-8500

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You Are Not Alone

We’ve helped thousands of people in Collier County and throughout the state change their lives. Hear and read stories from the people we’ve helped – in their own words.

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