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CG Smith Community Mental Health Foundation

​601 South State Road 7, Plantation  FL  33317
Ph(954) 321-2296  Fax(954) 321-5399
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WELCOME TO Smith Community Mental Health!

Mission
To provide an array of quality behavioral health services, to deliver sensitive, compassionate health care, and to commit to the preservation of human dignity

Vision
To play a leading role in the community by identifying needs and, in turn, developing and delivering quality mental health/substance abuse services and specialty programs that enhance the spectrum of services available in Broward County

To ensure the viability of it's programming with a variety of funding streams

To employ and retain a full array of talented ethical professionals who experience professional gratification and growth

SCMH will offer opportunities to enhance the skills and knowledge of its employees through continuing professional education.



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About Smith Community Mental Health
​Smith Community Mental Health is a community mental health center committed to creating mental health and substance abuse programs and services designed by the needs of our Broward County client's and the community with which we collaborate. As a service oriented agency, our community focus guides the creation of specialty programs and allows the agency to enhance the spectrum of services delivered to special needs youth and families in Broward.


The organization was named after co-worker and friend, Dr. Christina Smith, a dedicated young psychiatrist who lost her life tragically and prematurely. Dr. Smith’s values and ethics as a mental health provider were the hallmark of her practice. The founders of this agency, Joanne Correia-Kent and Donna Lavalle, each having worked extensively in the field of children’s mental health, were of the same mind as Dr. Smith regarding the emphasis that must be placed on the dignity and value of each individual and family seeking mental health treatment.  
If you require ADA accommodations to participate in our services, please notify 
Michael Houghtaling at 954-321-2296 x 219 within at least seven (7) days of service delivery.