Clinical Affiliations

Jacksonville and Northeast Florida

Ability House
Aging True - Community Senior Services
Baptist Health Pastoral Care
Baptist Health Behavioral
Beaches Recovery
Belizaire Psychological Services & Consultants
Brooks Rehabilitation
Children’s Home Society
City Rescue Mission
Community Hospice
Community Rehabilitation Center
Compassionate Families, Inc.
Daniel Kids
Delores Bar Weaver Policy Center
DuPont Counseling Group (Jewish Family and Community Services)
Duval County Public Schools
EPIC Behavioral Healthcare
Family Foundations of Northeast Florida
Family Matters of Florida
Flagler Hospital
Florida Counseling & Evaluation Services
Florida Recovery Schools (River Oak Center)
Gateway Community
Hubbard House
Jacksonville Methadone Treatment Center
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics
LSF Health Systems
Lakeview Health
Manther's Place Counseling
Memorial Healthcare
Meridian Behavioral Health Care
Northwest Behavioral Health Services
Operation New Hope
Orange Park HCA
Pace Center for Girls
Pine Castle
Positive Behavior Supports
Quality Life Center
River Point - Wekevia Springs
River Region Human Services
Safe Harbor
Sequel Youth Services
Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare
Teen Court of Clay County
The ARC of Jacksonville
The School Board of Clay County
The Sulzbacher Center
Tiger Academy
University of Florida Dept. of Pediatrics (FDLRS)
University of Florida Dept. of Psychiatry
Women’s Center of JAX
YMCA of Northeast Florida
Youth Crisis Center


Collaborations & Research

LSF Health Systems

LSF Health Systems, in partnership with  Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, School of Applied Health Sciences, Clinical Mental Health Counseling program has been awarded a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant to implement and evaluate an enhanced Certified Recovery Peer Specialist (CPRS) training program in Duval County.  The program will address the Northeast region's shortage of paraprofessionals with the skills and competencies to work with children, adolescents, and transitional-age youth at risk for behavioral health disorders.  This one-year project ends in October of 2017.  LSF and the SAHS also applied for a similar grant that if awarded will be a four year project with a focus on rural and underserved areas. Learn more about the LSF Health Systems partnership.