Who We Are


South Florida Behavioral Health Network is a nonprofit, managing entity that provides comprehensive planning, coordination, collaboration, advocacy, contract management and fiscal oversight to enrich and expand the consumer driven continuum of behavioral health prevention and treatment services in a culturally appropriate manner for children, youth and adults throughout the communities of South Florida.
Our goal is to develop, implement and refine a coordinated system of behavioral health care within the community that enhances prevention, treatment and recovery services for those at risk of or who are suffering from mental health and substance abuse problems.
The South Florida Behavioral Health Network seeks to develop a system of care that provides the best access to care and strive for excellence in behavioral health service delivery.

What's New


Employment - Opportunities with SFBHN

Information regarding new oportunities with SFBHN can be found in https://sfbhn.org/about/employment


Peer Services Manager


Care Coordinator- Jail In-Reach Team

ITN#012 - Updated 10/02/2018

South Florida Behavioral Health Network, Inc. (“SFBHN”) solicits applications from its pre-qualified agencies to implement an Involuntary Outpatient Service pilot project (“Project”) in the Southern Region. 


During the 2018 regular session the Legislature funded this Involuntary Outpatient Services Pilot Project  to demonstrate the impact  of changes to the Baker Act. In addition, funding will be used to provide oversight and monitoring of individuals ordered to receive outpatient services under the Marchman Act, including those court ordered to receive treatment for opioid abuse and dependence. The Project is intended to increase compliance with outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment services for individuals with histories of repeated admissions to mental health treatment services, or treatment noncompliance or refusal to engage treatment.


SFBHN is seeking to contract these services with a pre-qualified network providers with demonstrated expertise in providing behavioral health treatment services to individuals with histories of criminal justice involvement.


Information regarding the submission of a Statement of Qualifications can be found in the Procurement section of the website.

New Procurement Opportunity - Updated 10/08/2018

ITN #013 – Mobile Response Team for Monroe County


Information regarding the submission of a Statement of Qualifications can be found in the Procurement section of the website.

Acute Care - by SFBHN

Our Acute Care Program


In keeping with the requirements outlined in Section 394.9082(10), Florida Statutes (Senate Bill 12), SFBHN has implemented a real-time acute care services utilization (“ACSU”) tracking system for the public receiving facilities currently under contract.


The ACSU database is designed to capture data needed for “real time” assessment of the number of acute care beds being utilized daily, 24/7, in all public receiving facilities and all detoxification and addictions receiving facilities under contract with SFBHN.  This real-time utilization data is displayed via the utilization dashboard.


The ACSU data is readily and easily made available to our stakeholders to support care coordination, utilization management, and capacity maximization strategies among network providers in light of the emerging expectations regarding the central receiving systems.


To access the dashboard, please click on the panel to the left.  You will be redirected to the dashboard where you can click on a provider to obtain detailed bed availability information.


Key Features
  • Real-time data as reported by each of the contracted acute care facilities.
  • Powered by the proven Knight Integrated Software (KIS) data system.
  • All data is protected via a custom, encrypted 256 bit protocol.
  • Provider specific utilization metrics to best direct need to available capacity.


Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

Nondiscrimination Statement


In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as well as other applicable local and state regulations, all SFBHN programs and services are available to all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, or sexual orientation. If you feel that you have been subjected to some form of discrimination by South Florida Behavioral Health Network or any of its employees, volunteers, or providers, then please contact: Jessica Rodriguez, Contract Management Supervisor, at (305) 858-3335.