year caused by opioid overdose.
Visit Attorney General Ashley Moody's
Dose of Reality website to learn more
about how to fight the opioid
epidemic in Florida.
means bad weather and
blocked roads, but it also
opens the flood gates for
anxiety, stress, fear, PTSD
triggers and other mental
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.
Thank you again for all of your assistance! We are fortunate to have you and FADAA as partners in our judicial branch opioid initiative!
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.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! The Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, a subsidiary of the Florida Behavioral Health Association, and…
The Awards of Excellence annually honors the best in the behavioral health workforce with a series of prestigious achievement awards….
The Florida Behavioral Health Association is pleased to announce BHCon 2020 Virtual! This virtual event will provide an opportunity for…
Behavioral health advocates fear budget cuts from the COVID-19 pandemic could reverse progress revitalizing the state’s mental health programs following…
The Florida Behavioral Health Association is the voice of Florida’s behavioral health industry.
Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM