Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services for Clay County, FL
Clay Behavioral Health Center, Inc. (CBHC) is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Clay County residents by providing affordable mental health and substance abuse services through a comprehensive community-based approach to care.
We are a private, not for profit agency in Clay County, FL providing services to meet the mental health and substance abuse treatment needs of individuals and families.
At some point in our lives, we all experience the pain of emotional distress. Whether it's struggling with the stress of everyday life, dealing with a child whose behavior has become unmanageable, falling into the trap of drug or alcohol addiction, or coping with a serious mental illness, the trained professionals at Clay Behavioral Health Center are available to help sort out the pieces and get things back on track. Founded in 1982, and CARF accredited since 1996, Clay Behavioral Health Center is making a difference in the lives of Clay County, FL residents.
- About 1 in 4 adults has a diagnosable mental illness.
- Mental illnesses are more common than cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
- About 1 in 5 children has a diagnosable mental illness.
- Nearly half of these children do not get the help they need.
Clay Behavioral Health Center understands that good mental health is a critical part of overall health. Our education, outreach, prevention, intervention and treatment services are designed to offer our community members the opportunities to make informed choices leading to wellness.
If you have any special needs such as requiring auxiliary aides or interpreter services, please contact our Access Department at 904-291-5561 to request assistance. These services will be provided at no cost.
Clay Behavioral Wins United Way Summit Award
Clay Behavioral Health Center was presented with the United Way’s Summit Award on June 12 at the United Way of Northeast Florida’s Good in Every Neighborhood luncheon. CEO Irene Toto accepted the award for “Spirit, Involvement and Leadership” in the Non-Profit Division of the annual United Way campaign.
“Our staff did a tremendous job in helping us reach a new level of participation in United Way,” Toto said. “They showed once again how committed they are to the Clay County community not only through their daily work, but through their giving, as well.”