The mission of the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute is to improve the lives of people with mental, addictive, and developmental disorders through research, training, and education. Established by the Florida legislature in 1967, the Institute is recognized as Florida's premier research and training center for behavioral health services and is a recognized national leader. FMHI's behavioral health research and training projects are supported mostly through grants and contracts, with about $26 million in new awards during the last fiscal year alone. Read more.
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- New Book on Homelessness Available
This book edited by Dr. Colleen Clark and written by an international group of authors across disciplines, considers clinical and theoretical factors in the lives of people who are homeless and the services and policies that affect their lives.
- WFLA profiles two CBCS programs working together to fast track children on the Autism spectrum into mainstream schools.
This collaborative effort between the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at USF and the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters is getting global attention.
- USF Announces New Online Graduate Certificate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis
The University of South Florida now offers a new, comprehensive online Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to prepare professionals to work with individuals with special learning and behavior needs. ABA can help create treatment plans and supportive environments for children and adults living with a disability, mental illness, or behavioral disorders such as autism, ADHD or addiction.
- First Cohort of Scholars in Translational Research Share Research Plans
The certificate program is a collaborative effort between the College of Public Health and the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences and local adolescent-serving community agencies.