Pasadena Villa

Address: 625 Virginia Drive, Orlando, Florida 32803
Phone: (877) 845-5235       Fax: (407) 329-3300

Contact: Jenny Stokes, CTRS

Pasadena Villa - Orlando, FL:
119 Pasadena Place
Orlando, FL 32803

Pasadena Villa Smoky Mountain Lodge - Sevierville, TN:
3889 Wonderland Lane,
Sevierville, TN 37862

Innovators in Mental Health Residential Treatment

Pasadena Villa® is an innovator in residential, transitional and support services for adults with cognitive, emotional and social disorders.

At Pasadena Villa®, we believe every person can live a happy, productive and healthy life and that every client has the ability to learn, grow and recover. We treat all clients with dignity and compassion, using every opportunity to increase their self-confidence, as they learn new and different ways to cope with the real world. 

Because we stay true to these core values and principles, families who entrusts us with their son or daughter can once again come together and enjoy life’s journey together.

At the core of our programs is our unique and internally developed Social Integration Model, which prepares our clients for life outside of treatment by immersing them with our licensed staff into real life activities within the community and assisting them in reaching the highest level of individual functioning possible.

Of course, while in our facilities, we want our clients to be emotionally and psychologically stable, to be comfortable and to enjoy their time in treatment. But, how our clients “look” within our facilities is far less important than how they act, behave and function outside of our four walls. What really matters is how our clients function in the real world – that is the premise of our Social Integration Model.

Our Social Integration Model immerses clients into real life activities within the community. In fact, recreational, social, cultural and life skills activities within the community with our licensed staff form the core treatment interventions in our programs. Traditional individual, group, family and expressive arts therapies are also utilized as a complement to our social integration therapeutic interventions.

Some of the diagnoses we treat include:
- Schizophrenia
- Bipolar Disorder
- Anxiety Disorders
- Schizo-affective disorder
- Bipolar with Psychosis
- Asperger’s Syndrome
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Co-occurring Substance Abuse or Addiction

Levels of Care

Intensive Residential Treatment – Our most intensive level of care, Intensive Residential Treatment offers a very high staff to client ratio, 24-hour staffing, and a variety of therapies, education and support in a safe, comfortable environment.

Community-Based Residential Treatment – Less intensive residential care provided in single-family homes within the community. These homes offer 24-hour staff supervision, as well as customized interventions to promote independence and recovery.

Day Treatment – Day Treatment is more intensive than outpatient care but less intensive than our community-based residential treatment. Clients live semi-independently in their own residences and participate in therapeutic activities during the day and even on weekends.

Supported Housing – For clients living in their own residences, Supported Housing provides a myriad of housing, social and life skills support all designed to promote independence, social integration and the highest levels of personal functioning possible.

Transitional Living and Life Skills Training – For clients who are clinically stable but still exhibiting significant social or life skills deficits, we offer a highly individualized program that assists clients with re-integration into the community, including college, the work force, social and interpersonal relations, and a variety of recreational, social and cultural activities.