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Behavioral Health Funding


The following agencies have been funded for services to meet Behavioral Health needs in Fiscal Year 2014 ― October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014. Services may be delivered through more than one service location and/or funding agreement.  In-home services are available to enhance access to care.

Unless otherwise specified, services are for youth through age 17. Programs may also serve youth through age 21 if enrolled in a non-postsecondary school/GED/non-postsecondary vocational school. 

Services are provided for children from families with incomes of up to 400% of Federal Poverty Level who do not have Medicaid, private insurance or another reimbursement source for the services.

Behavioral Health Services

2-1-1 Broward (First Call for Help) 

  • Benefits Assistance and Benefits Workshops and other supportive services to facilitate access to public benefits for children, ages 3-17, with mental health issues.

Camelot Community Care, Inc. 

  • Individual and Family Counseling and other supportive services for youth, ages 3-17, with emotional/behavioral health issues or diagnoses, including children whose mental health problems impact their ability to be successful in school.

Center for Hearing and Communication

Individual and Family Counseling and other supportive services for deaf or hard of hearing youth, ages 2-17, with mental health issues or diagnoses. 

  • Individual and Family Counseling, Psychosocial Evaluation and other supportive services for deaf or hard of hearing youth (and hearing youth with deaf or hard of hearing parents), ages 11-17, who have substance use issues ranging from substance abuse to dependence.

Covenant House Florida

  • Individual, Family and Group Counseling and other supportive services for homeless and runaway youth with mental health issues, ages 11-17, residing at Covenant House.
  • Residential Substance Abuse Treatment and other supportive services for homeless and runaway youth, ages 15-17, with substance use issues.
  • Individual, Group Counseling, Psychosocial Evaluation and other supportive services for youth, ages 11-17, residing at the Covenant House shelter experiencing clinical stress or who are at risk for suicide.

Family Central, Inc.

  • Individual and Family Counseling, Psychosocial Evaluation and other supportive services for children, ages 2-10, who are experiencing symptoms of emotional or behavioral problems affecting their functioning at home, child care or school.

Harmony Development Center, Inc.

  • Individual, Family and Group Counseling; Psychosocial Evaluation and other supportive services for youth, ages 9-17, who have been referred by the judiciary or the school due to conduct disorders.
  • Individual, Family and Group Counseling and other supportive services for youth, ages 10-17, with behavioral health/mental health issues who are transitioning from alternative education centers back to their home schools.

Henderson Mental Health Center
Case Management

  • General Case Management and other supportive services for youth, ages 0–17, with mental health issues that impact their ability to function socially, academically, and/or emotionally.
  • Wraparound Case Management and other supportive services for youth, ages 11–17, with a mental health diagnosis who require two (2) or more integrated mental health and/or substance abuse services and/or assistance with access to services.

Services for Dual Diagnosis

  • A comprehensive array of mental health, substance abuse and other supportive services for youth, ages 11-17, diagnosed with co-occurring mental health disorders and substance abuse issues.

Other Behavioral Health Services

  • A wide range of mental health services for children and youth, ages 2-17, including Individual, Family and Group Counseling; Psychiatric Evaluation; Medication Monitoring; Behavior Modification; Peer Counseling and other supportive services.

Jewish Family Service of Broward County, Inc.

Kids In Distress

Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Inc. 

  • Individual Advocacy services for parents of youth, ages 3-17 or through age 21, with mental health issues ranging from mental health problems to severe emotional disturbances.

Mental Health Association of Broward County, Inc.

  • Peer Counseling and other supportive services for families or caregivers with youth, ages 2-17, with mental health issues from mental health disorders to severe emotional disturbances.
School Board of Broward County
  • Individual, Family and Group Counseling and other supportive services for youth from pre-school to 12th grade in schools Countywide (public, private or charter) through the Family Counseling Program. 

South Broward Hospital District (Memorial Healthcare System)

  • Individual, Family and Group Counseling; Central Intake/Assessment and other supportive services for youth, ages 11-17, with substance abuse issues.

The Starting Place

  • Individual and Family Counseling, and Psychosocial Evaluation and other supportive services for children and youth, ages 11-17, who have substance use issues ranging from substance abuse to substance dependence.
  • Individual, Family Counseling, Psychiatric Evaluation, Medication Monitoring, Behavior Modification and other supportive services for youth, ages 7-17, with mental health issues ranging from mental health disorders to severe emotional disturbances.