We are part of the
VA Community Care Network
Authorized to offer veterans quality mental health services outside of the VA, we treat those struggling with PTSD, mental health, relationship issues, anxiety, and role transitioning.
Let’s Talk About Mental Health
The VA has approved Dr. Sara Waterbury, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, to deliver behavioral and mental health services to veterans of the U.S. Military. As a result, treatment at Southern Comfort Mental Health is covered by the VA through Optum.
Military veterans, you’ve have had our backs. Now we’ve got yours.
We support veterans struggling with:
- End of Life
- Family Support
- Empty Nest
- Role Transitioning
- Growing New Coping Skills
- Relationship Issues
- Medication Management
- LGBTQIA+ Identity
Connect with your therapist from the comfort, convenience, and safety of your home through computer or phone video chats!
Our Mental Health Provider
Dr. Sara Waterbury, APRN DNP PMHNP-BC
psychiatric nurse practitioner
A Florida native, Dr. Sara attended Indian River State College for both of her Undergraduate Nursing Degrees (Associates and Bachelor’s), and then pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. Dr. Sara graduated from the University of Florida with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice with a specialty in Psychiatric Mental Health (DNP, PMHNP). She has experience in working where situations can be challenging as a Case Manager in the ER and Intensive Care Unit as well as practicing in a Psychiatric Correctional setting. Dr. Sara is active in the Treasure Coast medical community as an advocate for patients and colleagues; recommended by other local healthcare professionals to join the Southern Comfort care model.
"My mission is to improve the lives of my patients everyday through providing consistent mental health care via evidence-based treatment modalities, in a holistic manner."
Mental Health Services are part of Southern Comfort Health, which started as a novel clinic offering Direct Primary Care (DPC) services, in Fort Pierce, Florida. Both divisions focus on the “whole patient,” with a business model that addresses a lot of problems with the healthcare system including unpredictable costs, lack of coordinated care, and limitations that affect the relationship with providers.