EIN 59-1865751

Citrus Health Network

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To provide services to adults and children across the spectrum of mental and behavioral health needs, and is one of the largest mental and behavioral health providers in South Florida.
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Program areas at Citrus Health Network

Child welfare:citrus Health Network's division, Citrus family care Network (Citrus fcn), serves as the community based care lead agency for child welfare for miami-dade and monroe counties. Citrus fcn directly provides or works with local community-based organizations to provide, family preservation, foster care, adoptions, and related services to children, families, and young adults in miami-dade and monroe. Citrus fcn serves children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected, successfully diverts children from entering foster care through prevention services, and finds permanent homes for children through adoption, reunification with their biological families or permanent guardianships with relatives or fictive kin. Additionally, Citrus fcn has the largest transitioning youth services program in the state of Florida, serving young adults who have aged out of foster care, to help them achieve permanency, and obtain education, employment and life skills to live independently.
Residential & supportive housing services: permanent supportive housing programs: Citrus offers permanent supportive housing services through a variety of programs for individuals and families with a disability, veterans, and for the chronically homeless. Clients are provided with housing in apartments at specific sites or with rental assistance in an apartment of their choice in the community. Citrus helps over 500 households a year. . The goal of these programs is for the client to achieve independent living through stable housing and additional individualized support services such as case management, psychiatric treatment, and primary care services. Statewide inpatient psychiatric program (sipp): Citrus has inpatient services available for adolescents with significant behavioral or psychiatric needs through the sipp. Sipps are designed to provide stability and support services to help the client return safely to their family and the community. Young people in Citrus' sipp receive individualized treatment plans that include psychiatric and primary medical care, clinical therapy, and life skills training. Certified teachers are also brought in to teach the adolescents during their stay in the inpatient unit. Upon their transition to the community, clients are connected with community-based aftercare mental Health services linked to their schools, and other community and family resources. Foster care: Citrus Health Network has been providing foster care services for more than 25 years. Foster care at Citrus Health Network focuses on children with emotional and behavioral needs, as well as victims of commercial sexual exploitation, homeless young adults and lgbtq youth. Prospective foster parents are recruited, trained, and licensed by Citrus staff, and given additional training in strategies for dealing with different behaviors. Citrus also places children in therapeutic foster homes that best suit their needs. The chance program serves children and adolescents who are a survivors of commercial exploitation. Children in the chance program receive individualized clinical treatment primarily centered on trauma-focused care, cognitive behavioral treatment and motivational interviewing. Citrus Health Network provides prospective foster parents with required trainings for licensing, and additional trainings for specialized therapeutic foster care for csec victims.
Outpatient services:as a federally qualified Health center, Citrus is truly a medical family for patients, offering a wide range of behavioral Health and primary care services for adults and children. Citrus takes a total wellness approach with each client, treating the body and mind. This approach to Health care addresses the whole person by integrating behavioral Health services and primary care and coordinating care across a broad range of Health services and community-based programs. Citrus provides adult primary care, pediatrics, ob/gyn and women's Health services, and medical case management for individuals living with hiv/aids. Citrus has several programs dedicated to improving the mental and physical Health of children including school Health teams, substance use prevention and treatment programs including medication assisted treatment, early childhood development programs, children's community teams, targeted case management, and services for children involved in the juvenile justice system. Citrus has a variety of programs and services dedicated to improving the mental Health of adults, many of which are specifically tailored those living with serious mental illness. Citrus' outpatient adult mental Health services include a special program of treatment and supportive services for young adults experiencing their first episodes of psychosis, counseling services for students at miami-dade college, targeted case management, community support services with psychosocial rehabilitation, Florida assertive community treatment teams, and outpatient mental Health services for residents of a women's shelter. Citrus provides traditional outpatient mental Health services including psychiatry and psychotherapy to all ages and has 340b pharmacy available to all clients and patients of the Health center, which improves access to medications and medication compliance. Additionally, Citrus is a teaching Health center, training psychologists through internship and residency programs, and training physicians through a psychiatry residency program and a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship, offering a unique training experience in a community Health center setting.
Crisis support and csu services: crisis support: Citrus' assessment and emergency services department provides non-residential crisis support services 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week ensuring that clients always have access to behavioral Health screenings, assessments, and referrals. Crisis stabilization: Citrus' adult and child crisis stabilization units provide brief, intensive services for individuals who are acutely mentally ill and experiencing a mental Health crisis, with the goal of examining and stabilizing the individual, and redirecting them to the most appropriate and least restrictive treatment setting for their needs. Other accomplishments:citrus was recognized by the Health resources and services administration (hrsa) with five community Health quality recognition badges awarded to Health centers that have made a notable quality improvement achievement in the areas of access, quality, Health equity and Health information technology. Citrus received the following five badges:-health center quality leader- gold: represents Health center awardees and lals that meet or exceed national benchmarks for one or more of the clinical quality measures (cqms) groups that promote behavioral Health, heart Health, diabetes Health, hiv prevention and care, and maternal and child Health. Health centers that achieve gold tier are among the top 10% in performance of all Health centers in overall cqms.-access enhancers: increases the total number of patients served and the number of patients who receive at least one comprehensive service (mental Health, substance abuse, vision, dental, and/or enabling) by at least 5%.-health disparities reducer: demonstrates improvements in select cqms during consecutive uds reporting years (2020 and 2021 uds) for at least one racial/ethnic groups; or meets established benchmarks for all racial/ethnic groups served within the most recent uds reporting year.-advancing Health information technology (hit) for quality: meets all criteria to optimize hit services that advance telehealth, patient engagement, interoperability, and collection of social determinants of Health data to increase access to care and advance quality of care.-patient centered medical home recognition (pcmh): achieves pcmh recognition in one or more delivery sites.

Who funds Citrus Health Network

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
South Florida Behavioral Health NetworkMental Health Substance Abuse$20,373,744
Broward Behavioral Health CoalitionMental Health Substance Abuse$1,333,433
ChildNetHT Supports and Residential Group Care$475,639
...and 6 more grants received

Personnel at Citrus Health Network

Mario E JardonPresident and Chief Executive Officer$755,431
Maria AlonsoBoard Member$306,246
Jose GarciaChief Financial Officer$173,005
Renan LlanesBoard Member$235,637
Norma IrizarryHuman Resources Director$107,376
...and 7 more key personnel

Financials for Citrus Health Network

RevenuesFYE 06/2023
Total grants, contributions, etc.$177,405,164
Program services$50,393,321
Investment income and dividends$65,442
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$23,062
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$18,800
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$848,560
Total revenues$228,754,349

Form 990s for Citrus Health Network

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2023-062024-01-31990View PDF
2022-062023-02-03990View PDF
2021-062022-02-25990View PDF
2020-062021-05-11990View PDF
2019-062020-08-14990View PDF
...and 9 more Form 990s

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Data update history
May 22, 2024
Updated personnel
Identified 2 new personnel
May 19, 2024
Used new vendors
Identified 1 new vendor, including
May 18, 2024
Received grants
Identified 2 new grant, including a grant for $20,373,744 from South Florida Behavioral Health Network
February 4, 2024
Received grants
Identified 1 new grant, including a grant for $129,248 from United Way Miami
January 20, 2024
Updated personnel
Identified 2 new personnel
Nonprofit Types
ClinicsMental health organizationsFederally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)Headquarter / parent organizations
HealthMental health
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General information
4175 W 20th Ave
Hialeah, FL 33012
Metro area
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL
Miami-Dade County, FL
Website URL
(305) 825-0300
Facebook page
IRS details
Fiscal year end
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Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
F32: Community Mental Health Center
NAICS code, primary
621: Outpatient Health Care Practitioners and Facilities
Parent/child status
Central organization
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