Millions of people in the U.S. are affected by behavioral health issues each year. Behavioral health essentially refers to the health and well-being of both the body and the mind. This includes mental health and substance use challenges, which can take many forms like depression, anxiety, PTSD, addiction, eating disorders, and so on.

Baptist Health is here to provide behavioral health support based on a holistic approach to get you or your loved one the support necessary to begin recovery.

“Burnout is not just being tired. There are real physical manifestations, including irritability, unintentional weight loss or gain, sleep disturbances, increase in use of tobacco or alcohol, memory issues, difficulty concentrating and the list goes on."

– Ana M. Viamonte Ros Medical Director, Palliative Care and Bioethics
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“Talking to your kids early on is going to lay the groundwork for them feeling comfortable talking about their feelings and emotions. Build the rapport with them from the start."

– Fernando Mendoza, M.D. Medical Director, Pediatric Emergency Care
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“Experiencing anxiety and worry when we go into new situations or changing situations is common. We want to be mindful of taking care of ourselves, addressing change and knowing we are probably much stronger and much more resilient than we think we are. ”

– Amy Exum, LMHC, CMIP Manager, Community Health
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Help is always available

Help is always available

Text the word “HOME” to 741741 to be connected to a crisis counselor. For additional community resources, dial 211, available 24/7 in English, Spanish, and Creole.

Mental Health Screener

If you feel you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health issue, take Baptist Health’s Mental Health Screener. Upon taking the screening, you will be provided a score with descriptions based on your responses and the resources available. While this would not be a clinical diagnosis, it could be used as a helpful tool for starting a conversation about your mental health and beginning your road to recovery.

Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Baptist Health’s behavioral health experts provide virtual counseling and educational services for individuals, couples or families struggling with depression, anxiety, parenting, marriage and other issues affecting one’s emotional health.

Addiction Treatment

Addiction Treatment

In partnership with Advanced Recovery Systems, Baptist Health offers three drug and alcohol treatment centers in South Florida.

The Recovery Village at Baptist Health delivers comprehensive addiction treatment services for adults and adolescents struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. The facility offers a full continuum of care, including medical detox, residential services, as well as outpatient programs, and is able to help people on their journey to lifelong recovery through:

  • Evidence-based addiction treatment
  • Counseling for co-occurring mental health conditions
  • Personalized programming
  • Healing amenities and therapy options

Free Virtual Wellness Classes

Did you know that your lifestyle can impact your mental health? Exercise, nutrition and stress management play a major role in your overall well-being. That’s why Baptist Health’s Community Health is here to support you by offering free virtual wellness classes.

  • Learn how to make healthy snacks that will fuel your energy, not your emotions.
  • Take a relaxing yoga class from the comfort of your own home.
  • Learn how breathing exercises and reframing your mindset can help you feel better and think clearer.

A happier you awaits.

Inpatient Detox and Rehab

  • Palm Beach - The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health
    Open 24 hours

    Palm Beach - The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health

    4905 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth, Florida 33463
  • Outpatient Treatment

  • Miami - The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health
    Open 24 hours

    Miami - The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health

    8585 Sunset Drive, Suite 202 Miami, Florida 33143
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