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When you or someone you love is suffering with a behavioral health or substance-abuse crisis, it may be difficult to get to a hospital or treatment center.

Care & Counseling On Demand

Baptist Health Care On Demand now offers experts from Baptist Health's Care & Counseling behavorial health services when you need them.

Speak to a licensed behavioral health professional through a secure live video chat on your smartphone, computer or tablet, when you need help coping with any of the following:

  • Alcoholism
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Substance Abuse

On-Site Visit

If you prefer, you can schedule an in-person visit with a behavioral health professional at our Care & Counseling office located at 6900 SW 80 Street in South Miami.

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Getting Started

To activate your private visit with a licensed mental health professional, download Baptist Health Care On Demand from your app store or visit Following a brief enrollment questionnaire, you will choose with whom you’d like to meet during your private online visit. Our staff includes bilingual professionals.

Insurance enrollment is not necessary, and payments are made directly thought the Care On Demand app at the following costs, based on the length of the visit and the type of professional providing your care:

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for a 45-minute session with a doctorate or master's-degree trained therapist.

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for a follow-up visit.

Preparing for Your Care On Demand Online Visit

Speak to a licensed mental health professional through a secure live video chat on your smartphone, computer or tablet when you need coping with any of the following:

  • Find a quiet and private space for your visit.
  • Tell your provider who the visit is for, you or a loved one.
  • Be specific about your concerns and questions.
  • Follow post-visit instructions, if any are provided.