ORLANDO, Fla. – Peer Support Space, a provider within Behavioral Health Managing Entity Central Florida Cares’ network, is hosting twice daily group online sessions for those who have hurricane-related anxiety.
Interested Floridians, ages 18 and up, can join a session at either 12 p.m. or 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday by using the following link: https://peersupportspace.org/daily-gatherings
“There’s a significant emotional toll for individuals who have experienced a hurricane, and we’re grateful that Peer Support Space is offering these virtual group sessions to address the anxiety many Floridians are experiencing right now,” said Central Florida Cares CEO Maria Bledsoe.
About Central Florida Cares
Central Florida Cares Health System, Inc. is one of Florida’s seven Behavioral Health Managing Entities and has managed substance use and mental health services for Brevard, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties, and is supported by Florida’s Department of Children and Families. Central Florida Cares fund a services network of many organizations offering various levels of treatment options.