Pasadena Villa knows that aftercare following residential treatment is a vital part of sustaining recovery. As Virgil Stucker of Virgil Stucker and Associates discussed with David Bell, CEO of Pasadena Villa, he helps residents connect to resources once they leave treatment. Resources may include outpatient services, counseling services, or finding mental health resources in the community. Sometimes individuals need additional residential care, in which case Virgil works with groups like the American Residential Treatment Association (ARTA). ARTA can also help with finding psychiatrists and therapists in the local community once a resident returns home.
At Pasadena Villa, we encompass the full continuum of care, including ensuring that residents are provided with viable recommendations for outpatient providers (therapists, psychiatrists, support groups) or referrals to other treatment programs should they require or desire additional or different treatment options. We assist residents in scheduling appointments or transferring to different facilities to ensure that their transition is as seamless as possible. Residents are welcomed to call with updates, and some even choose to stop by in person to share exciting updates with our staff.
Advisors, such as Virgil Stucker who connect with clients to guide them through the next steps after treatment, are imperative to achieving long-term success.
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If you think that you or a loved one may be struggling with a mental health disorder, Pasadena Villa can help. We are here to answer questions and connect to care. Pasadena Villa currently offers treatment at two residential locations in both Orlando, Florida and Knoxville, Tennessee, and outpatient services in Cary, North Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina. To learn more about our program, call us at
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