Seasons Center Fills the Gap

Officials with Spencer-based Seasons Center for Behavioral Health have announced plans to take displaced clients when Compass Pointe closes its doors April 15th.  Kim Scorza, CEO/President of Seasons Center, says they’ve already had a lot of calls, so are preparing to take on additional clients.  She says they will offer some evening and weekend Saturday and Sunday appointments to get people in right away.  Scorza says the extended evening and weekend hours will be offered their locations in Sheldon, Sioux Center, Spencer and Storm Lake for both evaluations and group sessions.  Seasons is interviewing several employees from Compass Pointe as well as other individuals to provide additional coverage in some of the other counties.

Seasons served around 5,800 unduplicated people last year. Those services include therapy, psychiatry, and substance abuse. Seasons Center for Behavioral Health was founded in 1959