BBHC, the Managing Entity for the Southeast Region, is committed to the development of a recovery focused, integrated, and comprehensive behavioral health system of care for providing treatment and support services to individuals and their families in Broward County, Florida. Services are designed to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of the community.
Services include prevention, intervention, assessment, case management, outpatient, intensive outpatient, day treatment, residential, crisis services, detoxification, clubhouse and drop-in centers, assertive community treatment team (FACT), and additional supportive services.
BBHC is proud to be one of Broward’s stakeholders collaborating partners that strongly supports person-served driven services and ensures that family and peer services are interwoven within our provider network. BBHC also leverages additional federal and state funding to assist on system of care transformation supported by best practices.
Serving: Broward county.
Silvia Quintana, Chief Executive Officer, LMHC, CAP
Silvia Quintana is CEO of the Broward Behavioral Health Coalition, where she oversees the management of substance abuse and mental health care systems on behalf of the State of Florida. Quintana is a licensed mental health counselor and certifıed addictions professional.
Quintana has an extensive background in substance abuse and mental health services. She was the principal investigator for Broward County’s One Community Partnership 2 expansion planning and implementation grants, and she now oversees the One Community Partnership 3 expansion grant and the Family CPR Regional Partnership Grant. Previously, she oversaw the management of behavioral health services in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties as the Southern region substance abuse and mental health regional director at the Florida Department of Children and Families. Quintana also served as the principal investigator for the FACES System of Care for a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration grant in Miami.
Quintana shared her commitment and expertise through service as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Miami School of Continuing Studies and a volunteer promoting artists recovering from mental illness through the National Art Exhibitions.