Military Mental Health Care in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Treatment focuses heavily on military stressors, family stress, destabilization and disconnect with the military. We also offer behavioral health services for family members on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Base clinicians are included in treatment planning. They also participate in developing an aftercare plan so service members can continue recovery on an outpatient basis. Our military liaison works closely with unit commanders and NCOs to develop partnerships.
Fort Lauderdale Behavioral Health Center is a TRICARE® and VA provider. Most other commercial insurances, Medicaid HMOs and Medicare are also accepted.
Levels of Military-Specific Care
- Crisis Intervention
- Psychiatric Treatment
- Medication Management
Mental Health Disorders We Treat
Addiction Issues We Treat
Services Can Include
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM)
- Pet Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Music Therapy
Contact Us Today
We’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide a no-cost mental health assessment for you or your loved one. Call us at 954-734-2001.
Serving Veterans in Crisis
An effort to aid veterans who were honorably discharged with suicide crisis assistance, the Compact Act looks to help veterans who need mental health assistance in times of crisis.
The Compact Act allows veterans to get no-cost mental health treatment at both Veterans Affairs (VA) and non-VA facilities in cases of suicide crisis. The goal of the Compact Act is to prevent veteran suicide by offering no-cost care.
Malika Moretti is an Air Force Veteran who is also an LCSW, who obtained her Master of Social Work at University of Southern California with a concentration in Military Mental Health. Malika also has her Law Degree with a concentration in Healthcare from Florida State University. Her academic excellence at Florida State University nominated her for her excellence receiving an award from Florida State University for her outstanding work. After being selected to become part of the MFRI fellowship at Purdue University, she additionally accepted the role of an outreach specialist at Purdue University within the MFRI, where she has been serving the Rural Veteran’s population researching their access to care.
Malika grew up in Europe before moving to the US. She speaks several languages. During her spare time, when she is not busy with her family, she also volunteers as a Deputy Officer at the local Police Department.