Membership

There are many benefits to membership in the Florida Council for Community Mental Health. These include:

  • Effective Legislative Advocacy
  • Education
  • Effective Communications
  • Consultation/Technical Assistance
  • Policy Analysis
  • Representation

Find out more and join today!



CORPORATE PARTNER
Members

Platinum
PsychCare
Magellan

Gold
Credible Behavioral Health Software
Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company
Netsmart
Broward BH Coalition
Central FL BH Network, Inc.
South Florida BH Network
Southeast FL BH Network, Inc.

Silver
Alkermes
Johnson & Johnson

Bronze
Otsuka

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Action for Behavioral Health Care
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2014 Annual Conference Photos

Help Your Patients
Quit Smoking

If your patients are ready to take the next step in quitting, refer them to Florida’s free and evidence-based resources.

Visit the website here.



Tobacco Free Florida and the FSU College of Medicine are working to expand access to treatment for tobacco dependency to people with mental health and substance abuse disorders. These individuals have significantly higher tobacco use prevalence rates compared to the general population, experience stronger withdrawal symptoms, and are less likely to have stopped smoking over their lifetime. Like other smokers, smokers with mental illness ARE interested in quitting and are able to quit when supported with evidence-based treatments. If you would like information about helping your clientele quit tobacco, please contact Andrée Aubrey at FSU College of Medicine at 850-645-6439 or andree.aubrey@med.fsu.edu. There are many resources available to you including scholarships for staff training, technical assistance with incorporating services at your site and other resources to support a tobacco project.

Visit the website here.

News

Lamar “Sonny” Donaldson, LCSW, has been named Volusia/Flagler’s Social Worker of the Year!
The award was presented by the Volusia/Flagler Unit of NASW (National Association of Social Workers), Florida Chapter at its Annual Social Work Month Awards Banquet on Fri., March 20, 2015
Read the details here.
(3.25.15)

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Sponsorships Available!
2015 Florida's Premier Behavioral Health Annual Conference Annual Conference
To register - click here.
Download the marketing prospectus here.
(3.24.15)

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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS NOW OPEN
HR-CFO-CIO Forum
Florida Hotel
Orlando, Florida

For additional information or to register, visit our events page here.
(3.24.15)

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SMA Behavioral Health Services, Inc. renames their crisis center in honor of W. Chester “Chet” Bell.
The announcement and a presentation were held at Bell’s retirement reception on March 3, 2015 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
See details of the event here.
(3.10.15)

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New graphic map displaying FACT teams in Florida.
Listing shows FCCMH members and non-members.
To download a copy click here.
(3.09.15)

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Call For Presentations is now open!
We are currently seeking proposals for workshop
presentations on relevant and/or emerging topics on the
behavioral health field. The 2015 Florida's Premier Behavioral Health Annual Conference Annual Conference will be August 5-7 in Orlando.
Visit the call for presentations webpage here.
(3.06.15)

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2014 August newstter

We are proud to introduce the latest Florida Council Newsletter, The Council Connection.
Email Carlee to receive an electronic copy today.
(3.06.15)

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Town Crier

St. Johns County and SMA’s St. Johns Outpatient Care Center Hold Ribbon Cutting at New Facility
February 26, 2015.
See the details here.
(3.3.14)

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Resources for People with Disabilities Who Want to Quit
Tobacco Free Florida’s Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Tobacco Program at Florida State University College of Medicine presents the Spring issue of The Freedom Express.
Read the newsletter here.
(3.03.14)

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DCF approves a central receiving facility Osceola
The Florida Department of Children & Families approved a waiver request that allows Osceola to become the second county in Florida to create a Central Receiving Center for the mentally ill.
Read the Orlando Sentinel article here.
(2.19.14)


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