Thriving Mind and JCS Assist At Surfside Collapse

Thriving Mind and its provider Jewish Community Services have been working at the Surfside building collapse assisting those family and first-responders who have mental health needs following the tragedy.

Thriving Mind is supported by the State of Florida Department of Children and Families.

To read about JCS’s effort, click here.

To read about Thriving Mind’s staff member, Dr. Tracy Rodriguez-Miller’s working with the Florida Department of Emergency Management on site, click here.

Thriving Mind’s Crisis Support page is here.
Miami-Dade Police and Thriving Mind Program
Named Law Enforcement Mental Health Learning Site

A program run by the Miami-Dade Police Department and Thriving Mind South Florida has been named a Law Enforcement Mental Health Learning Site by the Council on State Governments Justice Center.
Law Enforcement-Mental Health Learning Sites are a resource for agencies looking to tailor successful implementation strategies and response models to address their own distinct problems and circumstances.
Click here to read more.
Reunification Month: Allison and Grace’s Story

Allison Schild, Thriving Mind's Peer Services Manager, wrote about her experience reuniting with her daughter for Reunification Month.

Click here to read the article.

Click here to see videos and other resources offered by Citrus Family Health Network.
Thriving Mind’s Work Featured On Tradeoffs Podcast
Carol Caraballo, Thriving Mind’s vice president for behavioral health, was a featured guest on the Tradeoffs podcast, which covered our work in decriminalizing mental health.

Click here to listen to full interview.

First Virtual Mental Health Fair

Thriving Mind South Florida, along with the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, Banyan Health System, Citrus Health Network, the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, and Miami-Dade County Schools hosted a free virtual mental health fair May 26.
Called Lifting Up Children and Families, the virtual fair introduced the various agencies that work with children and families in mental health and substance use treatment, prevention, education and outreach.

Click here to see photos from the event.

Click here for videos and presentations of the event, as well as resources.
PPE Donations
Throughout the pandemic, corporations and individuals have provided donations of PPE for Thriving Mind and its network of providers.

Most recently, we also received a donation from Sam’s Club of 4,800 (33.8 FL OZ) Hand Sanitizer Bottles.

Thank you to those supporting our work.
Thriving Mind's staff and leadership team is here to help!

Remember resources are available on our site here.
Our main phone is here: (305) 858-3335
and our Consumer Hotline is here:(888) 248-3111.