A hub for data, resources and advocacy to support the CCBHC movement.
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) model gives states, clinics and grantees the tools needed to support a range of mental health and substance use challenge treatment services,
– providing expanded care while helping to improve access to crisis services and coordinated care across the behavioral health system.
As an integrated and sustainable-financed model for care delivery, the CCBHC model alleviates decades-old challenges that have led to a crisis in providing access to mental health and addiction care. The National Council for Mental Wellbeing has supported the model since initiation, working with states and clinics to support implementation and advocating for continued expansion across the country.
The National Council supports the CCBHC model through federal and state policy and advocacy activities, education and training on the model, and implementation support for existing and prospective CCBHCs, state officials and policymakers, state behavioral health associations and others.
A training and technical assistance center for SAMHSA-funded CCBHC-Expansion Grantees.
- CCBHCs and Integrated Care – A Model All Communities Can Follow
- Consulting Corner: Connecting People to Care with Jane King
- Workforce development: We Must Fill the Talent Pool
Our consultants are ready to help you prepare to meet CCBHC requirements – as defined by SAMHSA or by your state – in finance, service delivery and partner collaboration with a variety of customized consulting offerings.