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CONNECTIONS 2016

How to Use Connections guidebook

You may also view MHA's Connections on its Mobile Website



  
Click below to:

  Download Full Document PDF

               Purchase Connections 2016 guidebook(s)

           Application for Connections 2017
          
    View Connections on its mobile website

HOW TO USE MHA's CONNECTIONS Guidebook 

The “Needs Index” lists all of the provider agencies under the specific categories of need served by the agency or one of the programs within the agency. Once you have identified an agency that is listed under the category you are looking for, you can locate that agency alphabetically for a more in-depth description of the agency and its programs.
 
If you know the name of the agency you are looking for, you can find it listed alphabetically in the
“Agencies & Programs” file link below.

The “Telephone Index” can be used to quickly look up a phone number for a particular provider or to find a specific program of an agency. If you cannot locate a phone number in the “Agencies & Programs" PDF below, you may want to check the telephone index.

“Helpful Information” includes phone numbers for hotlines, patient assistance programs for medications, national & state resources, information about various issues relevant to adults, and useful publications available through the Mental Health Association of Southeast Florida.

Click below to be considered for inclusion in the next publication of Connections.
CONNECTIONS APPLICATION

For assistance or any additional information:

MHA 954-746-2055
9:00am - 5:00pm weekdays

9Muses Art Center Muses Line: 954-746-9162
9:00am - 6:00pm weekdays,
10:00am - 5:00pm Saturdays

Seth Line warm line 954-578-5640
6:00pm - 10:00pm weekdays

“Connections provides a tool that empowers those with illness to be informed about resources and opportunities available to them in pursuit of recovery.  Please note that resource information in our community changes rapidly. MHA makes every effort to provide the most current information in its guidebook and website.

MHA appreciates the continued support of our project underwriters:
Broward County’s Human Services Department, Broward Behavioral Health Coalition, OCP2.
Without their partnership, this resource would not be possible.

Copyright 2016.  All Right Reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
or stored in any information storage and retrieval system, without prior written permission of the
Mental Health Association of Broward County, Inc. dba Mental Health Association of Southeast Florida
7145 W. Oakland Park Boulevard; Lauderhill, FL 33313-1012