Florida Mental Health Services

Looking for therapy or psychiatric medication management in Florida? Brave Health offers comprehensive services across the state and beyond. Our experienced therapists and psychiatrists are accepting new patients.

Take the first step towards better mental health with our convenient telehealth appointments accessible from your smartphone.

Online Therapy

Our telehealth therapy services cater to people dealing with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, stress, grief, or relationship problems. With flexible scheduling and secure sessions, our therapists are here to support your mental wellness journey.

Psychiatric Medication Management

Psychiatric medication is clinically proven to reduce symptoms of serious mental illness, including anxiety and depression. Our online video psychiatric medication management appointments, a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse will review your medical history and current medications, discuss treatment options, and monitor your progress to ensure your medications are working to meet your goals.

Talk With Our Team Today

We’re available to answer any questions or talk about what options work right for you.

Florida Resources and Services

Organization Services Website
Florida Department of Children and FamiliesCrisis support and social services providers for food, housing, transit, healthcare, legal aid, and more Myflfamilies.com
Florida Department of HealthState resources for mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatmentFloridahealth.gov
NAMI FloridaNAMI Florida is an organization of individuals whose lives have been affected by mental health conditionsNamiflorida.org
Access FloridaIndividuals can apply for and manage benefits such as SNAP (food assistance), Medicaid, and cash assistance programs/td>Myaccess.myflfamilies.com
Disability Rights FloridaResources to protect the civil rights of people with disabilitiesDisabilityrightsflorida.org
  • People Really Seem to Care

    "My insurance company referred me to Brave Health almost two years ago. I have been very happy with their services. My therapist is the first therapist who actually paid attention to what I needed. I'm so grateful I found them!"

    - Michelle, Brave Health Patient
  • I Told My Friends and Family! 

    “I have had such a wonderful time with both my therapist and group therapy, so much so that I have already recommended Brave Health to numerous friends and family.”

    - Brave Health Patient
  • My Mental Health Has Improved Significantly

    “Brave Health helped me find the right therapist for me. My mental health has improved significantly.”

    - Brave Health Patient

Crisis Hotlines

Organization Support Available Number
988 Suicide & Crisis LifelineThe 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support to people in a mental health crisis Call or text 988
Crisis Text LineCrisis Text Line is available 24/7 via text. Its volunteers are trained to help you get out of panic mode and into a calm placeText 741741
National Maternal Mental Health HotlineThe National Maternal Mental Health Hotline offers emotional support and resources to moms and their families via phone or textCall or text 1-833-852-6262
National Sexual Assault HotlineThe National Sexual Assault Hotline offers support and resources 24/7 to people experiencing sexual assaultCall 1-800-656-4673
National Domestic Violence HotlineThe National Domestic Violence Hotline offers support and resources 24/7 to people experiencing sexual assaultCall 1-800-799-3224 or text ‘START’ to 88788

Common Questions

What will this cost?

Brave Health accepts most insurance, so costs vary depending on your plan.

  • Medicaid insurance: Our services are often free. Please call your insurance company to estimate the cost.
  • Commercial or Medicare insurance: Co-pays vary. We recommend calling your insurance to estimate the cost.
  • For individuals paying for services without insurance, our fee schedule can be found here.
What will my first visit be like?
  • Brave Health’s services are fully virtual on our telehealth platform. You will need a smartphone, computer, or tablet to complete telehealth video appointments.
  • Your first appointment will last about an hour.
  • You will receive a text reminder 24 hours prior to your appointment. If you cannot attend anymore, please promptly respond “No” to the reminder. Then we can give the appointment slot to another individual who wants care.
  • You will receive another text reminder 15 minutes prior to your appointment. You will also receive an email reminder at this time. These 15-minute reminder messages will contain your telehealth link for your session that day. Please use this reminder as an opportunity to move to a private space. 
  • Click the link in the text and you will be placed in the private waiting room. Your provider will then arrive to complete your telehealth appointment. 
  • Your provider will ask you where you are located for safety and insurance verification. 
  • Your provider will ask you questions to gather information, evaluate your needs, and present you with treatment options to meet your goals.
  • Your provider will also note any medications on your chart. If you are on any medications, please have them available at your initial appointment.
How will you create my treatment?

We know that one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to your health. We work with each individual to create a customized treatment plan that may include telehealth-enabled counseling, therapy, psychiatry, and medication management. You can ask in your first visit about including any of the services below in your care plan.

  • Therapy: One-on-one conversational sessions with a provider using treatment methods that are clinically proven to be effective.
  • Psychiatric Medication Management: One-on-one sessions with a provider who can prescribe medications to help your mental health.
  • Peer Support: One-on-one conversational sessions with someone who has had similar life experiences with mental health.
  • Support Groups: A group conversation facilitated by a provider that centers on shared life experiences, such as an anxiety group, postpartum depression group, or men’s group.
What should I expect in future visits?
  • After your first visit is complete, we will match you with a Therapist and/or a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner depending on what services you choose.
  • Your provider will meet with you on an ongoing basis to help you meet your personal goals to improve your mental health and your life.
  • Your provider will ask you where you are located for safety and insurance verification.
  • Your provider is supported by our Access Center team who can help with administrative issues, rescheduling, and more. You can reach them by calling or texting 305-902-6347 from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM ET Monday through Friday.
What do you expect from me?
  • Please join your appointment on time.
  • Please join your appointments from a private location in your home state.
  • Please do not join while driving, in a moving vehicle, or doing distracting activities.
  • Find a confidential, quiet location where you can focus on the visit without distractions or loud noises. 
  • Make sure your mobile device is charged and connected to a strong WiFi.
  • If there is a risk of someone overhearing, use headphones.
  • Please review and abide by the patient expectations outlined in the Patient Handbook here. All patient consent forms must be completed before receiving care. Failure to abide by the patient expectations outlined in the Patient Handbook may result in discharge from care.
(305) 902-6347
Mailing Address
1951 NW 7th Ave, FL 3
Miami, FL 33136
If you experience a mental health emergency at any time, contact the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988.
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