Frequently Asked Questions
What does Central Florida Cares Health System, Inc. (CFCHS) do?
CFCHS is the Managing Entity for Brevard, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. CFCHS oversees over providers that render mental health and substance use services.
Would you post our organization’s resources on your website?
In addition to the Network Providers contracted with Central Florida Cares Health System, Inc., there are other agencies and organizations that will provide additional education, resources, and encouragement. CFCHS does not contract with these organizations; therefore, they are not listed on our website. CFCHS suggests that agencies interested in being list on a listserv contact 211.
How do I access FACT services?
FACT services are offered in Orange, Osceola and Brevard counties. To see if you qualify for services, please contact the FACT Team directly as listed below.
- Aspire Health Partners (Orange County): 407-875-3700
- Mental Health Resource Center (Osceola County): 407-931-3155
- Mental Health Resource Center (Brevard County): 321-504-3888
How do I become a network provider?
How to submit a pubic records request
CFCHS Record Custodian
707 Mendham Blvd., #201
Orlando, FL 32825
How does my child access residential services?
Contact a Targeted Case Manager to start the application process.
Children’s Home Society: 321-752-3170 x276 (Brevard) 407-896-2323 ext. 236 (Orange, Osceola, Seminole)
Park Place Behavioral Health: 407-846-0023 ext. 1325
Circles of Care: 321-726-2860
Aspire Health Partners: 407-875-3700 ext. 6790
If you have any additional questions, please contact CFCHS’ Children’s Care Coordinators
Children’s Care Coordinator – Circuit 18
Children’s Care Coordinator – Circuit 9