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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- Sharing the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
A $2 million grant is supporting a multidisciplinary collaboration with Université d’ Etat d ’Haiti researching ways to mitigate the disease among Haitian adolescents.
- SRI@FMHI Scholars Present Top-Notch Research Projects
Students from the Summer Research Institute's (SRI) class of 2014 delivered top-notch research projects on Tuesday, August 5. Each year, SRI hosts a number of undergraduate students from across the nation for a 10-week summer program focused on research and education in the field of mental health and substance use disorders. Students are mentored by faculty as they structure and execute research projects and deliver their findings.
- CBCS to Offer New Master of Science (MS) Degree in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
The degree prepares professionals to serve in public and non-profit agencies and schools that work with diverse children and adolescents experiencing behavioral health challenges and their families. Educational opportunities include advancement to doctoral programs in public health and the behavioral and social sciences.
- 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.