Find Mental Health Services and Support in South Florida

We work to ensure that those affected by mental illness and substance use disorders in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties can access effective and compassionate services that lead to recovery.

Browse through our Provider Directory, find Crisis Support or ask us for assistance by filling out the form below.

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Thriving Mind Consumer Hotline
For assistance or questions related to mental health, substance use and other community services.
M-F, 8AM–4:30PM
1 (888) 248-3111
Please dial 211 for assistance when the hotline is unavailable.
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
The new 988 number, launched July 2022, connects to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for free support for people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
24 Hrs / 7 Days
Mobile Response Teams in South Florida
An outreach service that provides mobile crisis intervention and assessment for children and adults.
24 Hrs / 7 Days
(305) 774-3616
(Miami-Dade County)
(305) 434-7660
Opt. #8, (Monroe County)

Crisis Stabilization (Adult)

Crisis Stabilization Units provide brief psychiatric intervention with acute psychiatric conditions. Inpatient stays average 3 to 14 days, resulting in return to the patient’s own home, placement in a long-term mental health facility, or other living arrangements.

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Residential (Adult Mental Health)

Residential services provide a structured, home-like, non-hospital setting with supervision on a 24-hour/7 days per week basis.

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Outpatient (Therapy-Adult Mental Health)

Outpatient services include individual and/or group interventions such as therapy, psychiatric services, medication-assisted treatment and more. These services for adults also include clubhouse and drop-in centers. The services can be rendered in non-provider settings such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, schools, detention centers, etc.

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Peer Support Services

Peer support in mental health and substance use treatment is help and support that people with lived experience of mental illness or a learning disability can give to one another.

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