Broward Point-In-Time

A Point-in-Time (PIT) count is a statistically reliable count of people experiencing homelessness during a 24-hour period within the last 10 days of January.

Centralized Intake & Eligibility

Centralized Intake and Eligibility for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Broward County provides a single entry point of service and assistance with applications and referrals to 3rd party benefits and community services to all eligible Broward County residents.

Healthy Families Broward

Healthy Families Broward is a community-based, voluntary home-visiting program designed to promote positive parent/child interaction and healthy childhood growth and development, thereby preventing child abuse and neglect.

Insurance Continuation Program

The Insurance Continuation Program provides financial assistance, to clients who meet the eligibility criteria and are enrolled in a Marketplace plan, identified by the Ryan White Program.

HIV Planning Council

The purpose of the Council is to provide planning, to promote development of HIV/AIDS health services, personnel, and facilities which meet identified health needs in a cost-effective manner, to reduce inefficiencies, and to develop HIV-related health plans.

HIV Prevention

IThe latest CDC estimates of new HIV infections (HIV incidence) in the United States indicate that HIV remains a serious
health problem, with an estimated 47,500 people becoming newly infected with the virus in the United States in 2010.

Insurance Benefit Management

Health Insurance Benefits Support Services delivers information to clients about their health insurance coverage such as how they can navigate and utilize insurance effectively to achieve better health outcomes.

Nurse Family Partnership

NFP is an evidence-based community health program. Developed over 35 years ago and rigorously studied since its inception, NFP has a high degree of evidence that it works across a variety of health, social, and economic outcomes.

Post-Arrest Diversion Program

The Post-Arrest Diversion Program at Broward Regional Health Planning Council, Inc., seeks to divert individuals with serious and persistent mental illness from the criminal justice system and into a structured, outpatient treatment protocol.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Forensic Programs

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health (SAMH) program is contracted by Broward Behavioral Health Coalition to provide linkage, support, and advocacy to clients who have mental health or co-occurring disorders and are involved in the felony court system in Broward County.

Nurse Family Partnership

NFP is an evidence-based community health program. Developed over 35 years ago and rigorously studied since its inception, NFP has a high degree of evidence that it works across a variety of health, social, and economic outcomes.