All Florida Services
All people face difficult life predicaments such as family or peer relationship conflicts, the death of a loved one, parenting issues, school or work problems, marriage/divorce and intimate relationship issues that harshly affect our lives and cause upset. The Mental Health Department has been providing services to people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf blind and struggling with emotional life issues since 1982 in Florida and 1910 in NY.
Road to emotional well-being
In our private and confidential offices we meet with individuals, families, couples and groups who are having difficulty managing their concerns about depression, anxiety, stress, anger, sexuality or illness, in addition to other topics.
We work with our clients to determine their best road back to emotional well-being.
All of our therapists are fully qualified and licensed professionals with many years of experience and knowledge of specific emotional issues that Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Deaf blind people face. All of our therapists are sign language fluent and sensitive to all the communication needs of our clients.
Mental health and social services
- Psychological Counseling
- Individual, Couple, Family (Play) and Group Therapy
- Psychological and Educational Evaluations of Adults and Children
- Counseling and Cognitive Therapy for Families Impacted by Hearing Loss (children in household age 0-21)
- Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling for Deaf or Hard of Hearing Youth and Family (ages 11-21)
- Parenting Groups, Counseling and Support
- Case Management Services
- Information and Referral
- Health Lecture Series
- Crisis Intervention
For more information or to make an appointment, please call: 954-601-1930 (v); 954-601-1338 (tty); 866-954-2681 (vrs). Or email your inquiry to the reception desk.
Funding for special programs provided through grants by Broward County Human Services Division http://www.broward.org/humanservices.