Behavioral Health Services

Our compassionate staff of medical professionals listen to patients and develop relationships built on mutual trust. Behavioral health services are a collaborative effort between the health care professional and patient in an effort to: 

  • identify goals and potential solutions to problems that cause emotional turmoil;
  • seek to improve communication and coping skills;
  • strengthen self-esteem;
  • promote good behavior changes and optimal mental health

Outpatient Counseling services are provided to individuals throughout the life span via individual, couples, group, and family therapy. The goal of counseling is to assist the patient toward the achievement of improved levels of social, intellectual, cultural, and psychological functioning. 

All services are not available at all locations, please contact the clinic you wish to be seen at for more information on services provided.

Children

PanCare offers behavioral health services for children 3 years of age and older. Behaviors that are usually the catalyst to seeking therapy are inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. Every effort is made to engage the parent or guardian in family therapy.

Adolescents

Behaviors that are usually the catalyst to seeking therapy are poor school performance, skipping school, lying and stealing, smoking, drinking, or drug use, frequent arguments, and hostility towards authority figures. Every effort is made to engage the parent or guardian in family therapy.

Adults

Usually, life circumstances are the catalyst for seeking therapy. 
Examples are: family problems, divorce, loss of parent, job problems, and financial problems.

Elderly

Usually, life circumstances are the catalyst for seeking therapy. 
Examples are: loss of physical or mental abilities, chronic illnesses, retirement, loss of spouse, and loss of significant others.

Cultural Competency Services

Provided by making every effort to be sensitive to the individual’s different cultural backgrounds and values. Culturally and linguistically competent behavioral health services will be provided.

Medication Management

This can often be a key component in an effective treatment plan. Medication management is available through the patient’s primary care provider.  There is also a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner on staff.  For more complicated psychiatric medication management patients are referred to a local psychiatrist. 

Select the PanCare medical clinic you wish to visit:

Blountstown (Calhoun County)

PanCare Health
16875 North Cayson Street
Blountstown, Florida 32424
(850) 674-2244
FAX: (850) 674-2249

Bonifay (Holmes County)

PanCare Health
495 St. Johns Road
Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-5547
FAX: (850) 547-5553

Bristol (Liberty County)

PanCare Health
11033 NW State Road 20
Bristol, Florida 32321
(850) 643-1155
FAX: (850) 643 -1163

Bruce (Walton County)

Muscogee Creek Tribal Health Center
278-A Church Road
Bruce, Florida 32455
(850) 835-1015
FAX: (850) 835-1055

Chipley (Washington County)

PanCare Health
1414 Main Street, Suite 4
Chipley, Florida 32428
(850) 676-4926
FAX: (850) 676-4929

Freeport (Walton County)

PanCare Health
479 East Highway 20
Freeport, Florida 32439
(850) 880-6568
FAX: (850) 880-6583

Marianna (Jackson County)

PanCare Health
4126 Independent Drive
Marianna, Florida 32448
(850) 394-4907
FAX: (850) 394-4981

Panama City (Bay County)

PanCare Health
2309 East 15th Street
Panama City, Florida 32405
(850) 747-5272
FAX: (850) 747-5274

Port St. Joe (Gulf County)

PanCare Health
2475 Garrison Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850) 229-1043
FAX: (850) 229-1104

Youngstown (Bay County)

PanCare Health
12427 Highway 231
Youngstown, Florida 32466
(850) 753-3246
FAX: (850) 753-3342

After Hours

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