Specialty Treatment Maps
Each map is sorted by Managing Entity, Area Served, and Contacts.
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Behavioral Health Network (BNet)
BNet is a statewide network of behavioral health service providers who serve children, ages 5 to 19 years of age, who have a serious emotional disturbance, serious mental health or substance use disorder. Eligible individuals are those who are eligible for the KidCare subsidy program under Title XXI and who are enrolled in the Children’s Medical Services (CMS) Title XXI Health Plan. Referrals for BNet services can be made by the CMS Title XXI Health Plan, Florida Healthy Kids, parents, schools or other behavioral health community-based resources.
Community Action Treatment (CAT) Teams
Community Action Treatment (CAT) Team is a multi-disciplinary clinical team that provides comprehensive, intensive community-based treatment to families with youth and young adults, ages 11 up to 21, who are at risk of out-of-home placement due to a mental health or co-occurring disorder and related complex issues for whom traditional services are not/have not been adequate.
Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) for Early Psychosis
Coordinated specialty care (CSC) is a recovery-oriented treatment program for people with first episode psychosis (FEP). CSC promotes shared decision making and uses a team of specialists who work with the participant to create a personal treatment plan.
Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) Teams
In an effort to promote independent, integrated living for individuals with serious psychiatric disabilities, Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) Teams provide a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a week, multidisciplinary approach to deliver comprehensive care to people where they live, work or go to school, and spend their leisure time. The programmatic goals are to prevent recurrent hospitalization and incarceration and improve community involvement and overall quality of life for program participants.
Family Intensive Treatment (FIT) Programs
The Family Intensive Treatment (FIT) program provides intensive team-based, family-focused, comprehensive services to families in the child welfare system with parental substance abuse. The program serves families that have been determined to be unsafe with children under the age of ten. Referrals for services can be made by the child welfare professional, including the child protective investigator, child welfare case manager, or community-based care lead agency.
Mobile Response Teams (MRTs)
Mobile Response Teams (MRTs) provide crisis intervention services for individuals up to age 25 in any setting where a behavioral health crisis is occurring. Mobile response services are available 24 hours a day by a team of professionals and paraprofessionals trained in crisis intervention skills. MRTs help resolve the crisis and help the individual and their family develop strategies to manage future crises. MRTs address a wide variety of situations, including feelings of depression, anxiety, suicidal and homicidal behaviors, individuals experiencing hallucinations or usual thoughts, and family/peer conflicts.