Mental Health Matters!

Alisha Grill NCC, CCTP


Meet Lake County Virtual's Mental Health Liaison

Hi! My name is Ms. Grill, I am a National Certified Mental Health Counselor. I am also certified as a Clinical Certified Trauma Professional.

I graduated in 2007 with my Bachelor's in Psychology. Then in 2012 with my Masters Degree in Psychology specializing in Community Counseling from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. I also have earned several post master's credits toward a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

I moved to Florida in 2013 from Pennsylvania for warmer weather and to be with family who already lived in Eustis Florida.

I enjoy spending time with and sharing my many pets. I am currently working on my Animal-Assisted Intervention certification, so everyone who wants to can benefit from the therapeutic and healing effects of the kindness and compassion an animal can give.

I have a passion for helping individuals in need and have dedicated my career to public service. I believe mental wellness is an important aspect to reaching your goals and I want my students and families to know "I CARE."

Please feel free to contact me!

What is the State Required 5 Hours of Mental Health?

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If you can't find what you are looking for here, please let me know and I will do my best to connect you to what you need.

We are going to have a great year!

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Suicide Prevention Hotline:

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Suicide Hotline Chat

Speakout Link

Crisis Text Line:

“HOME” 741741

Mobile Response Teams

24-hour, 7 days per week service that provides assistance for mental health and substance use crises for children, adolescents and young adults up to age 25 in Lake, Citrus and Sumter Counties. The team will provide on-demand crisis intervention services in any setting in which a behavioral health crisis is occurring, including homes, schools and emergency rooms. The team will work to divert individuals to the least restrictive service that will assist them in resolving the immediate crisis and provide follow up care, thus resulting in the individual’s safety and the safety of the community.