Hurricane IAN Behavioral Health Resources

This is an update of the current providers in your county of residence. The information will list crisis and outpatient services.

If you are in need of services to come to you. Please click on the link for the Mobile Response Team.


There are other emergency services available for you through the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and the federal Department of Homeland Security – FEMA


If you or someone you know may be considering suicide please dial or text 988


If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency please dial 911

Help is here for you. Do not hesitate to reach out during this time of crisis for yourself and your family.

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First Lady Casey DeSantis Announces Mental Resiliency Tools in Response to Hurricane Ian: Family Support Line and Partnership with BetterHelp

I’m happy to share that earlier today, Mike and NWF Health Network announced the launch of a family support line. This will connect individuals and families who were impacted by Hurricane Ian with peers who were impacted and have recovered from hurricane Michael. 

“We believe in the strength of people over storms. Northwest Florida stands ready to give back by answering the call for Southwest Florida families”, said Mike Watkins, CEO, NWF Health Network.