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Elite DNA Behavioral Health reopens Cape Coral office after Hurricane Ian

Elite DNA Behavioral Health, a comprehensive behavioral and mental health care provider, has reopened its Cape Coral office following a temporary closure due to Hurricane Ian.

Located at 2721 Del Prado Blvd. S., Suite 200, in Cape Coral, the practice offers a range of in-person and virtual mental and behavioral health services for children, adolescents and adults, including psychiatry, psychology, medication management and substance use treatment.

For more information or to schedule an appointment at the Cape Coral office, call 239-673-9034. Most insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare, are accepted.

Nearly all of Elite DNA’s Southwest Florida offices have reopened since the storm. Its Port Charlotte-Tamiami Trail location remains temporarily closed, however, Elite DNA is taking patients at its nearby Port Charlotte-Harbor Boulevard office.

To learn more about Elite DNA and its services, visit EliteDNA.com.


About Elite DNA Behavioral Health

Elite DNA Behavioral Health was founded in 2013 by Elizabeth Dosoretz, a licensed clinical social worker and mother of three, whose goal is to provide accessible, affordable mental health care to everyone. Now one of the largest mental health providers in the state, Elite DNA provides in-person and virtual behavioral health services to children, adolescents and adults at more than 20 locations across Florida. Services include psychiatry, psychology, medication management, substance use treatment, TMS therapy for depression, occupational therapy, speech therapy, applied behavior analysis and targeted case management services. Elite DNA accepts a large variety of insurances, including Medicaid/Medicare and has a self-pay sliding scale for established patients. For more information, visit EliteDNA.com.

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