Services For Providers
Find resources by type and location.
The department contracts for behavioral health services through regional systems of care called Managing Entities (MEs).
Here you will find statewide maps with contact numbers for each Specialized Treatment Team.
Incident Reporting and Analysis System (IRAS)
The Incident Reporting and Analysis System (IRAS) is an online incident reporting tool that enables the Department to collect and analyze information about critical incidents that occur in substance abuse and mental health facilities.
The Marchman Act provides for voluntary admissions and involuntary assessment, stabilization, and treatment of adults and youth who are severely impaired due to substance abuse.
The Baker Act provides legal procedures for mental health examination and treatment.
Disaster Behavioral Health
A natural or man-made disaster can cause much more than property damage. It can create a wide range of emotional, physical, cognitive and behavioral reactions. You may experience stress, anxiety, fear, uncertainty and frustration because you have been through an abnormal event.
FASAMS was developed to provide a unique identifier to facilitate coordination of care for persons receiving behavioral health services through the managing entity.
FARS Training for providers.
CFARS Training for providers.
Know About Trauma
Most individuals have experienced potentially traumatic events in their lifetime.
Find a list of certified recovery residences or find out about the voluntary certification program for recovery residences and recovery residence administrators.
Training and Technical Assistance
SAMH provides training, technical assistance and resources based on research, best practices and federal and state government accountability standards.
Policy & Rule Development
Draft rule text, and agendas for workshops and hearings will be posted as soon as they are available.
All Substance Abuse and Mental Health publications are posted to this page.