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Welcome to the new

Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA)

FBHA is a new version of two organizations – Florida Council for Community Mental Health and Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association – that have a long history of advocating on behalf of behavioral health treatment providers.

FBHA is the state’s largest trade association representing community treatment providers with a united voice. FBHA serves as a trusted source of information, advances policy initiatives, and advocates for better behavioral health for all Floridians.

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InformWe provide training, education, and awareness on mental illness and substance use disorders. 

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InnovateWe provide opportunities for members of our community and the state to network, share best practices, and develop innovative ideas for treating Floridians.

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InfluenceWe use our united voice to advocate at the Florida Capitol for better behavioral health prevention, treatment, and recovery services.

our guiding principles
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Individuals with behavioral health issues need more prevention, treatment and recovery programs.
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There is no “one size fits all” approach to treatment; treatment plans must be tailored to the individual.
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Substance use disorder and mental illness are intrinsically linked, and treatment should take both into consideration.
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Individuals with substance use disorder and mental illness can be treated, and recovery is possible.
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Legislative Advocacy
Check out what policy and funding initiatives we are pursuing
Seeking Treatment
Need treatment? Our Resource Center links you to providers.
Special Projects
See what projects are underway to improve behavioral health in Florida.
Training And Workshops
Our Training Library provides archived webinars. Sign up to receive notices for upcoming trainings.
Types of Memberships
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    OUR HISTORY
    1958: FCCMH Is Incorporated
    The purpose of FCCMH is to promote the welfare of persons with behavioral health disorders and those needing behavioral health services.
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    1981: FADAA Is Incorporated
    FADAA's mission is to serve its members by advancing addiction and co-occurring treatment, prevention, and research through communications, professional development, and public policy leadership.
    2018: FCCMH and FADAA Form FBHA
    The Florida Behavioral Health Association is the voice of Florida’s behavioral health industry.
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    Sandy Neidert
    Florida Office of the State Courts Administrator

    Thank you again for all of your assistance! We are fortunate to have you and FADAA as partners in our judicial branch opioid initiative!

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      FBHA provides timely news to its members and the public on trends in behavioral health. FBHA is also a resource for members of the media on issues relating to mental health and substance use disorder.

      The Florida Behavioral Health Association is the voice of Florida’s behavioral health industry.

      our Addresses

      Park Avenue Location
      316 East Park Avenue
      Tallahassee, FL 32301

      Mahan Drive Location
      2868 Mahan Drive, Suite 1
      Tallahassee, FL 32308

      our Phones

      Park Avenue Location
      850.224.6048

      Mahan Drive Location
      850.878.2196

      our hours

      Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
      Saturday: Closed
      Sunday: Closed

      If you are an individual in need of behavioral health services, please CLICK HERE to seek help.
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