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Holding Hands

A nonprofit family of companies

United under one mission of “helping people,” our 2,500 team members impact lives in 14 states and the District of Columbia. We serve others through some of their most vulnerable moments, providing behavioral health care, child welfare support and employment services for people with disabilities.

Our affiliates

As a parent company, LifeView Group includes three affiliates:

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Lakeview Center

Lakeview Center serves adults and children with mental illnesses, drug and alcohol dependencies and intellectual disabilities. With multiple programs across Northwest Florida, our services range from inpatient and residential treatment to outpatient counseling, psychiatry, trauma care, treatments for substance misuse and 24/7 support for those with serious mental illnesses.

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FamiliesFirst Network

FamiliesFirst Network provides foster care, adoption and child welfare services in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. Our specialized team is passionate about helping abused and neglected children and their families. We collaborate with partners throughout the state, in Northwest Florida’s four-county area and within our faith-based communities to ensure the safety and well-being of children.

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Global Connections to Employment

Global Connections to Employment (GCE) is a nationwide team providing jobs and training for people with significant disabilities, including military veterans. We empower our team members with independence and self-sufficiency and help match them to fulfilling careers, from facilities maintenance to food services and other business lines in between. Working with contractors at military bases and commercial businesses, GCE is one of the country’s largest employers of people with disabilities under the AbilityOne program.

Careers

If you have a heart for helping people, we want to work with you! We value creativity, innovation and connection where everyone has a voice and feels valued. We actively seek a diverse workforce, and we support an inclusive work environment. We want team members to thrive and share cultural perspectives. We want our team to mirror the communities we serve. We welcome people of all backgrounds, including veterans and people with disabilities to work on the Gulf Coast and at sites throughout the country.

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News & stories

Elyssa Forester Career Journey Spotlight

Career Journey Spotlight: Elyssa Forester

Our long-standing team member, Elyssa Forester, employment services manager, has gracefully navigated her 15-year tenure at LifeView Group through personal challenges and a deep-seated love for legal intricacies. Elyssa began working with us while she was still in college in 2009, initially assuming the entry-level role of behavior health technician at Lakeview Center’s West Florida […]

Human Trafficking through a trauma informed lens

Seminar: Human trafficking through a trauma-informed lens

Join the LifeView Group Human Trafficking Task Force as they discuss fundamental concepts related to human trafficking, provide resource information for survivors and their families, and share clinical tips and best practices for working with survivors. We are partnering with Tappan Consulting, Magdalene’s Inc., The Secret Place Home, The NISSI Project, Sunshine Health, Bridgeway Center […]

lifeview group ranked number 8 by Women's edge, 2024 top 100 women-led businesses in florida

LifeView Group ranked #8 on Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Florida

Pensacola is home to one of the state’s top women-led businesses. LifeView Group ranked No. 8 on this year’s “Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Florida” by The Women’s Edge. The list includes nonprofit and for-profit organizations whose leaders are among the highest-ranking female executives in the Florida marketplace. Allison Hill, LifeView Group’s chief executive officer, […]