Support the David Lawrence Center
Contributions of time, talent, and resources are integral parts of the David Lawrence Center’s ability to meet the mental health and substance abuse needs of our growing community. You can help us continue our important work and ensure the health, stability, security and well-being of those in need in Collier County by making a contribution.
We are thankful for donations of any kind; however, if you would like to donate to a specific program, such as Unrestricted Annual Gifts or Restoring & Rebuilding Endowment, please indicate that in the comments section below. Or, if you would like to donate to our Brick Paver Program, we have a separate form that you can access here.
Our Wish List
Approximately 75% of the people who come to the David Lawrence Center are at or below the federal poverty guidelines and have difficulty paying for their treatment costs. The David Lawrence Center has gathered the Wish List below of typical treatment costs for the clients who turn to us for help and hope:
|$120||The average cost for a monthly prescription of inpatient medications.|
|$360||The cost for an initial psychiatric evaluation with a psychiatrist.|
|$440||The cost for four people to attend one group therapy session.|
|$1125||The cost per day for an individual in inpatient adult detoxification. The average length of stay in detoxification is 5 days.|
|$560||The cost per day for an individual in residential substance abuse treatment. The average length of stay for residential treatment is 25 days.|
|$1125||The cost per day for an individual on the Crisis Stabilization Unit. The average length of stay on the crisis unit is between 3-5 days.|
|$16,375||The cost for a full 28 day session for an individual in residential substance abuse treatment.|
David Lawrence Center is a nonprofit organization, Registration# CH2888, Tax ID# 59-2206025. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.