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Crisis Services

SMA Crisis Services

Crisis Services offers 24-hour emergency screening and admission to mental health crisis stabilization, drug abuse detoxification and/or referral to other services.


Volusia County Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), Detoxification Unit (Detox), and Emergency Screening (Pinegrove)

The CSU and Detox services are licensed for 30 CSU beds and 19 Detox beds and serves the needs of Flagler and Volusia residents.  The average length of stay in the CSU is 3 days and 5 days for Detox.  Individuals receive medication appropriate for their presenting problem(s), individual and group therapy, and discharge planning toward the next appropriate level of care. 

SMA is the only public Marchman Act and Baker Act Receiving Facility in Volusia County.  The Detox facility is also licensed as a Addiction Receiving Facility. 

We employ both a Marchman Act Court Liaison and Baker Act Court Liaison, both of whom are available to assist families or friends who are seeking court mandated assessment or treatment for a loved one.

On site there is also the Emergency Services Triage Unit (Emergency Screening), which serves as a gateway to both the Crisis Stabilization and the Detox Units. 

Location:  1140 Red John Drive, Daytona Beach, FL 32124


Putnam County Detox

The Detox Unit in Putnam County is licensed for 8 beds and serves the needs of both Putnam and St. Johns County residents.  Individuals receive medication appropriate to their presenting problem(s), individual and group therapy, and discharge planning toward the next appropriate level of care.

Location:  330 Kay Larkin Drive, Palatka, FL 32177


Flagler County CTTU (Crisis Triage & Treatment Unit)

The CTTU is a crisis diversion services for individuals who may be
experiencing a behavioral health crisis and is located in the Brown & Brown Outpatient building at the Vince Carter Sanctuary in Bunnell.  This program is funded through a grant awarded to Flagler County and is limited to individuals escorted to the program by law enforcement between the hours of noon and midnight daily.  Law enforcement is able to transport these individuals to SMA to assess and determine the appropriate clinical disposition.  When required and appropriate, SMA then transports to a receiving facility in Volusia County.