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Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network Partners with Catholic Charities to Provide Mental Health Services

In June 2023, the Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network awarded a  $145,221 annual grant to Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach to provide mental health counseling services to residents of our shared 5-county service area (Indian River, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Martin, and Palm Beach).  With grant funds, services are free of charge to those who qualify.  This is our forth year of partnerships with the Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network. 


The Catholic Charities Counseling Program provides confidential, professional counseling for adults, children, families, couples and groups in seven locations throughout the Diocese of Palm Beach.  Our team of professional therapists address issues such as marital/relationship discord, child and family dynamics, depression, loneliness, outpatient level addiction recovery, infant loss grief support, grief and loss, anxiety/trauma, stressful relationships, child and adolescent problems and other life stressors. Bilingual services are also available (Spanish, German, and Dutch).


Contact Catholic Charities Counseling hotline at 1-844-848-6777 or email to find out about receiving our services or to make a referral.  


While our work is never ending, our strength lies in support from partners like Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network.  Together, we can make a difference in the lives of the most vulnerable people in our community.  


 Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network is a managing entity contracted with the Department of Children and Families. The Florida Department of Children Families is committed to its mission of protecting the vulnerable, promoting strong and economically self-sufficient families, and advancing personal and family recovery and resiliency.  The mission of the Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network is to develop, support and manage an integrated network of behavioral health services to promote the emotional well-being and drug-free living of children and adults in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, and St. Lucie Counties.