Referrals Made Easy
Families First of Florida is always available to help children with mental and/or behavioral disorders. Our staff is trained and experienced to help children find constructive ways to work through and around their disorders to achieve a successful future. We also provide counseling services for family members to teach them how to provide a loving and supportive environment for the child.
If you know of a child or family who is in need of our services, please refer them to us. We would love to meet with them and help them find hope in the midst of their struggle. If necessary, we can step in and help find a foster home for a child in the event of an emergency.
Anyone can be a referral partner. While we typically work with care management organizations and police departments, we welcome any and all referrals to our counselors. Our goal is to reach as many people as possible to help shine a light on the dark stigmas of mental and behavioral disorders, and help people affected by these disorders to find peace and hope in a happier, healthier future.
Why should you refer people to Families First of Florida?
Our goal is always to help. We have years of experience in crisis situations with children who have mental and/or behavioral disorders, and we can help them learn to constructively work through their disorders to establish a better future. Our counselors and staff encircle these affected children and families with love and support, and teach them how to navigate the muddy waters of mental and behavioral disorders. Here are a few ways that we can help children (and families of children) with mental and/or behavioral disorders:
- Individual counseling sessions
- Family counseling sessions
- Mental health assessments
- Psychiatry/Medication management
- Foster placement for children of neglect or abuse
- Foster counseling services
Send Us A Referral
Please use our online referral form or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (813) 290-8560. Note, follow prompts when directing referrals to individual offices.