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(p. 143) University–Public Behavioral Health Collaboration: The Florida Mental Health Institute 

(p. 143) University–Public Behavioral Health Collaboration: The Florida Mental Health Institute
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(p. 143) University–Public Behavioral Health Collaboration: The Florida Mental Health Institute
Author(s):

Kathleen Moore

, Joshua T. Barnett

, Annette Christy

, Marie McPherson

, and Melissa Carlson

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190052850.003.0009
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date: 01 March 2021

This chapter describes a partnership between faculty at the Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida, and various public agencies. It is a broad and wide-ranging collaboration, including areas such as civil commitment (providing a reporting center), Medicaid drug therapy management for behavioral health, and problem-solving courts. Advantages to these multiple partnerships have included the more extensive provision of research and evaluation services and the partnership with public agencies as part of application for extramural funding in the form of grants and contracts. These partnerships illustrate the scope of the projects that can be developed through successful collaboration.

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