This month FHE Health participated in a community conversation with state and local elected officials about how the national opiate epidemic has affected Broward County and how best to address the crisis. In recent years, the organization “Broward Days” has hosted an annual gathering for elected officials, ... Read More
One of the core tenets of FHE Health is our commitment to the community. We are very active in the Broward and Palm Beach Country areas, supporting recovery focused events and donating our time through our alumni program to help multiple organizations. Whether it is a symposium on addiction treatment or a toy drive for local foster homes, FHE Health knows we are having a positive impact on our environment!
FHE Health aims to provide an incredible level of service to those facing substance use disorders and mental health conditions of all types. To do this, we recognize the value and importance of education. That's why FHE Health will be the premier treatment center sponsor of the Hanley Foundation’s Palm Beach Dinner. ... Read More
In January 1990, the Miami Dolphins made history when they announced that at their home venue, Joe Robbie Stadium, they would be reducing ticket prices in some areas and making a few sections designated "sober areas." The stadium, now called Hard Rock Stadium, still utilizes their sober zone tickets and our Alumni ... Read More
At FHE Health, we understand our role in improving the lives of members of our community in South Florida, and we realize that many of the people that come to us for help may be struggling with more than just addiction or mental health disorders. Homelessness is a problem in South Florida, especially in Miami-Dade ... Read More
More and more, we're seeing groups make efforts to raise awareness for mental illness. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is an organization doing its part to reduce the stigma of mental illness, and these efforts are never more visible than in their regional events, called NAMI Walks. At FHE Health, we ... Read More
It's an urban legend that there was a flood of investor suicides after the American stock market crash. Nevertheless, many investors have committed suicide after losing everything to the whims of the market. At the time of this writing, Facebook has just lost nearly $120 Billion dollars in value leaving more than a few ... Read More