Get help.

Mental illness is the leading health complication during pregnancy and after delivery affecting approximately 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men in Florida each year.


But very few receive the support and care they need, due in part to lack of access to well-trained providers.  

The Florida Behavioral Health IMPACT Project, a federally funded grant program is designed 

to help you connect with mental health

and substance use services in your area.

Florida families and health providers can use the website by clicking on the link below to search for services that align with healthcare desires, preferred payment type, and geographic location.




About the Florida BH IMPACT project

The Florida Behavioral Health IMPACT Project (FL BH IMPACT) is an innovative initiative by the Florida State College of Medicine’s Center for Behavioral Health Integration and us- the Florida Maternal Mental Health Collaborative  The program is available due to a federally funded grant to the Florida Department of Health from the 21st Century Cures Act.  Only seven states were awarded this grant to develop or expand a perinatal psychiatric provider hotline.

The provider resource list is sponsored by Sage Therapeutics, this program seeks to enhance accessibility of resources for women and children in need of mental health and substance use supports by providing a statewide directory of active and qualified maternal and pediatric behavioral health providers.

Additional resources

Phone support

Florida Family Health Line: (800) 451-2229
CRISIS LIFELINE: (800) 273-8255
SUICIDE HOTLINE: (800) 784-2433
Fussy Baby Network- (888) 431-2229- support for parents in caring for baby who is "fussy, crying excessively, or has difficulties with sleeping or feeding."
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