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Podcast Courageous, Candid, and Informative Conversations on the Relentless Challenges of Behavioral Health: From Crisis to Recovery

The Florida Behavioral Health Collaborative Pediatric Hotline

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Podcast Offers a coaching experience between child and adolescent psychiatrists and pediatric primary care providers. Consultations are available to all providers regardless of insurance carrier caring for children/you up to 21 years old.

Telepsychiatry Services

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Podcast The Florida Center for Behavioral Health Improvements and Solutions is one of several hubs throughout the state to participate in a telepsychiatry project to increase the confidence, knowledge and skill sets of pediatric primary care providers to treat children with behavioral health care needs.

Psychotherapeutic Medication Guidelines

The Program will resume updating the guidelines at the end of 2021. For questions and comments, please contact Sabrina Singh at sabrinasingh@usf.edu.

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The Florida Behavioral Health Collaborative Pediatric Hotline: 1-866-487-9507

The Florida Behavioral Health Collaborative Pediatric Hotline: 1-866-487-9507

Telehealth Reimbursement Codes

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New Buprenorphine Guidelines, Guidance on the use of Ketamine and Esketamine, and new treatment for ADHD. Learn More

Courageous and Candid Conversations on the Relentless Challenges of Behavioral Health: From Crisis to Recovery

Starting in April 2021, we will be hosting a series of podcasts. Learn More

Summer 2020 Newsletter

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Free Upcoming Webinar – May 6

Telepsychiatry Trends & Challenges in Pediatric Primary Care – This webinar aims to address trends, opportunities and challenges in…Learn More

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Aunt Bertha Resource Guide

USF/Aunt Bertha Web-Based Resource Guide for behavioral and physical health services and community resources including housing, food banks, and transportation.

USF/Aunt Bertha Instruction Guide PDF