Who We Are? The Mental Health Service Command (MHSC) is a service branch of the United States Fire Department Reserve Corps, (USFDRC) providing services throughout the State of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas and Puerto Rico to individuals of all ages through compassionate and professional Mental Health and Behavioral Services.
In Response to Covid-19, the USFDRC: MHSC is providing online video counseling compliant with HIPPA.
Although we are in a difficult time, remember to take care of your health and keep your scheduled appointments. Now we could connect with clients via video counseling. If you have a scheduled in-office appointment but cannot attend in person either because you have symptoms or because you do not want to be in public, please register at our Client Portal to switch your appointment to a video counseling visit where you can connect from your home.
We welcome all who can benefit from our services. We help understand options in a dignified and respectful way. We provide quality information and helpful options that can guide people to resources of their choice; ultimately supporting their decisions to connect to available services.
Our service Coordination provides quality case management services by helping people understand what their choices are and connecting them to resources in their communities in ways that respect their dignity and rights.
Our skilled staff encompasses the broad scope of behavioral health disciplines with expertise in a wide range of evidence-based practices.
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Our mobile applications (apps) provide self-help, education, and support following trauma. We also have treatment companion apps, for use with a healthcare provider, to make treatment easier. There are apps for iOS and Android devices.
PTSD is a serious mental health condition that often needs professional evaluation and treatment. These apps are not intended to replace needed professional care.
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The USFDRC: MHSC offers interpreter services for the deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired members when needed at no charge to our clients. Telephone services for the hearing impaired are provided through the Florida Relay Center and include both TTY ASCII and TTY Baudot phone numbers.
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At USFDRC: MHSC, we collaborate with the best insurance providers Florida, North Carolina and through our third parties to extend our mission into our communities of the clients and families we serve.
The USFDRC: MHSC independent contractors and partners work directly with your local, county, and state resources, and partners in sharing best practices and the latest innovations in treatment and services. These experienced providers are committed to improving the quality of care and are deeply invested in their community.
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Health information technology (Health IT) makes it possible for health care providers to better manage patient care through secure use and sharing of health information. Health IT includes the use of electronic health records (EHRs) instead of paper medical records to maintain people's health information.
As a client, you are entitled to certain rights regarding your care and information. Please view the following videos for more information.
Video: Your Rights!
This video introduces your rights under the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Watch to learn about the information in your electronic health record (EHR) and how you can get it, share it with others, and use it to take charge of your health. (3:27)
Video: Fees & Timing!
Meet Hannah. Before moving across the country, Hannah meets with her doctor to ask for a copy of her records. Watch this video to learn about associated fees, forms, and the time it may take for Hannah to get a copy of her records. (5:14)
Video: Third Parties!
Martin would like to share the health information in his EHR with a heart health application on his smartphone. Watch this video to find out more about the right to get access to your information using a third party, including an application on your mobile phone. (3:16)