The Pulte Family Charitable Foundation committed $3 million to Florida-based Henderson Behavioral Health to support the organization’s Growing Strong Campaign. The gift has been directed specifically to support the development of a new state-of-the-art Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) and a Centralized Receiving Facility (CRF) on the Henderson Behavioral Health Central Broward Campus.
The funding will support the $14 million expansion of Henderson Behavioral Health on the Pulte Family Foundation Campus. (The name is still being finalized). It is helping to fund the cost of transforming Henderson’s former CSU into a new state-of-the-art facility with a higher capacity which will offer an evidence-based therapeutic environment more accessible to the community. The number of CSU beds has increased from 23 to 48 and the facility can be licensed to serve both adults and children.
Since 2000, Henderson Behavioral Health has provided short-term, intensive treatment, and stabilization in an inpatient setting 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Its service line includes more than 50 behavioral health programs in every age group, from infants to older adults. The organization serves over 30,000 people annually. In addition to treatment for mental illness and addiction disorder, its programs include supported employment, advocacy, and housing.
This was reported by Henderson Behavioral Health on March 17, 2021.
Contact information: Suzanne Higgins, Director of Development, Henderson Behavioral Health, 4740 North State Road 7 Building C Suite 201 Lauderdale Lakes FL 33319; 954-777-1624; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: https://www.hendersonbh.org/.