BBHC receives funding for substance abuse and mental health services from the Florida Department of Children and Families.
Broward County Family Resource Guide
A list of helpful websites for resources available within Broward County
If you are experiencing homelessness, please call (954) 563-4357 to initiate assessment for homeless services. For further information regarding homeless services in Broward County:
A number of programs offer emergency rent help and low-income housing. Individuals who are facing some type of financial hardship or emergency may qualify for immediate rental assistance, especially if the funds can prevent an eviction
Suicide Prevention Services
Broward serves people in crisis by providing 24-hour telephone counseling, emotional support, suicide prevention and intervention, and links to community resources
Provides 24/7 telephone consultation, linkage, referral and mobile outreach services to youth and families experiencing a crisis
A fun, engaging, interactive website designed to serve as a way for teens, family members and professionals serving our youth and their families to communicate with 2-1-1 and each other through the use of today’s technology/networking tools
These services are delivered prior to the onset of a disorder. These interventions are intended to prevent or reduce the risk of developing a behavioral health problem, such as underage alcohol use, prescription drug misuse and abuse, and illicit drug use
Mental Health & Co-occurring Services
Assessment, diagnosis, treatment or counseling by a professional to assist an individual or group in alleviating mental or emotional illness, symptoms, conditions or disorders.
Substance Abuse & Co-occurring Services
A broad array of services and interventions organized into programs intended to treat substance use disorders and providing both acute stabilization and ongoing treatment.