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Representing Virginia’s Community Services Boards and Behavioral Health Authority that provide the premier behavioral health and developmental disability services in Virginia’s Communities.
The West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association is located in Charleston, West Virginia. The Association’s members are behavioral healthcare provider organizations serving recipients in each of the State’s fifty-five counties. We are committed to creating and sustaining healthy and secure communities. Vital to this commitment is a network of organiza...
Together Georgia envisions a future where out-of-home care is considered an important part of the continuum of care. Together Georgia also envisions a future where children and youth are served appropriately along the continuum and receive the correct level of care to which they are entitled. Finally, Together Georgia envisions that all agencies along the continuum wi...
VERMONT CARE PARTNERS is a statewide network of sixteen non-profit community-based agencies providing mental health, substance use, and intellectual and developmental disability services and supports.
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities and the Council on Accreditation have joined to form Social Current. This is the start of something big. Because together with thousands of social-sector leaders, we will activate the power of the social sector to create a unified, intrepid, just, and purposeful network so that all people can thrive.
Solihten Institute is an interfaith counseling network comprised of more than 40 Centers in 200 offices that provide 600,000+ clinical hours every year. We recruit, accredit, connect, educate, and advance counseling centers that practice one of the most effective paths to healing: spiritually integrated therapy.
PA HCBS is an association of community providers of Long-Term Care Living Services; inclusive of both Support Coordination and HCBS Providers operating within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. There are hundreds of organizations within the Commonwealth that provide community services and support to adults with disabilities and seniors. These organizations share a goa...
With well over 350 members, the majority of who serve over 1 million Pennsylvanians annually, Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA) is among the largest and most diverse state health and human services trade associations in the nation. RCPA advocates for those in need, works to advance eddective state and federal public policies, serves as a forum ...
The Ohio Council is a statewide trade and advocacy association that represents more than 160 private and nonprofit providers of addiction prevention and treatment, mental health care, and family services. We represent the employers of clinicians, therapists, drug and alcohol counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and more. The Ohio Council provides ...
For more than 40 years, Pennsylvania’s 52 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) have served the Commonwealth’s 67 counties by providing information about resources and service providers, assessing needs for service, making referrals to case managers, and linking to services. These local agencies provide vital services, programs and information to millions of older Pennsyl...
NJAMHAA is comprised of the leading mental healthcare and SUD treatment providers who treat New Jersey residents with either or both of these health conditions, as well as their families. Our membership represents organizations in every county and almost every community statewide. In aggregate, our members help 500,000 children and adults with mental illness and SUD i...
The Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State (ASAP) is committed to working together to support organizations, groups and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse in New York State. ASAP represents the interests of the largest alcoholism and substance abuse preven...
NACYF is a membership organization that shapes practices and policies for the benefit of children, youth and families in crisis by promoting cooperation with state government, educating policymakers, and providing a support network to strengthen member agencies.
For more than twenty years, the mission of The New Jersey Association of Community Providers (NJACP) has been to assist member agencies as they provide quality supports and services for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. NJACP Member Agencies provide services and supports for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabiliti...
For over 40 years, the Missouri Coalition of Children’s Agencies (MCCA) has been advocating for Missouri’s children, families and communities. MCCA is committed to advancing child and family well-being, child abuse prevention, effective intervention, and high impact education, treatment and care. MCCA is also committed to those serving our children, families and c...
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, NAATP, has been the addiction service profession’s vision, voice, and thought leader since 1978. We are committed to advancing addiction services and supporting our ever growing membership of service providers.
IACP supports Iowa community providers so they can fully support Iowans in need of mental health and disability services. More than 130 providers across the state look to IACP as a trusted resource in their work to help those they serve to lead more productive and fulfilling lives. This is reflected in IACP’s organization mission and vision.
The Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs is a statewide network of 32 community-based mental health programs that serve over 100,000 Minnesotans every year. As essential community providers, our mission is to serve all who come to us seeking mental and chemical health services, regardless of their insurance status or their ability to pay. We serv...
Forefront is Illinois’ statewide association representing both grantmakers and nonprofits, as well as their advisors and allies. Our mission is to build a vibrant social impact sector for all the people of Illinois. We provide education, advocacy, thought leadership, and facilitate collective action around issues that are important to our Members and to the sector.
The establishment of the i2i Center for Integrative Health represents the evolution of the NC Council of Community Programs’ 34 year legacy of collaboration and advocacy in addressing behavioral, I-DD, and primary healthcare. With a newly appointed board of healthcare and industry leaders, i2i provides a unique opportunity to bring together a broad spectrum of leade...
The CT Community Nonprofit Alliance (The Alliance) is the statewide association of community nonprofits in Connecticut. Our mission is to advance excellence in community-based nonprofits through advocacy and capacity building. We share the passion and purpose behind each and every organization’s mission and channel that purpose into a powerful, collective voice. We ...
The Florida Behavioral Health Association is the leader on behavioral health policy and practice. We support member agencies that offer services to those in need of mental health and substance use disorder services.
Connecting Individuals to Mental Health and Substance Use Services CBHC provides a statewide network of community-based behavioral health providers which offer a wide array of services to all Coloradans.
The Community Behavioral Health Association of Maryland is the leading advocacy organization for Maryland's community-based behavioral health providers, including both mental health and addiction treatment. The Community Behavioral Health Association (CBH) of Maryland is the professional association for Maryland's public community behavioral health providers - includi...
CWLA is a powerful coalition of hundreds of private and public agencies that since 1920 has worked to serve children and families who are vulnerable. Our expertise, leadership and innovation on policies, programs, and practices help improve the lives of millions of children across the country. Our impact is felt worldwide.
CAFCA advocates for safety, healing and opportunity for children and families who have experienced trauma and adversity. CAFCA advocates on the local, state and national level, coordinating with other advocacy groups on issues of common concern. CAFCA keeps its members highly informed through the CAFCA Brief Update, frequent email and memos which convey details and i...
The California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies (CBHA) is a statewide association of non-profit agencies dedicated to providing mental health and substance use disorder programs and services to those in need across our state. We are dedicated to the proposition that the people of California deserve a rational and comprehensive community-based behavioral...
The 26 licensed Community Health Centers (CMHCs) have a combined staff of over 4,500 providing mental health services in every county of the state in over 120 locations. Together they form an integral part of the total mental health system in Kansas.
The Arc New York is a family-led organization that advocates and provides support and services to people with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities, emphasizing choice and community engagement.
"The California Alliance: The collective voice for organizations that serve children, youth and families For those dedicated to improving the lives of these at-risk populations, the California Alliance stands apart as the champion and leading voice for organizations that advocate for children, youth and families, and for advancing policy and services on their behalf....
The Alabama Council of Community Mental Health Boards was incorporated in 1972. The purpose of the Council is to act as a liaison between its members, the Federal Government, the State Legislature, and the Alabama Department of Mental Health. The Council offers continuing education workshops and conferences for its members and for social workers, psychologists, counse...
With millions of children, adults, and families across the nation experiencing barriers to achieving their full potential, the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities works with thousands of committed social sector leaders to help their organizations more positively impact their communities. During this time of immense change in our field, the imperative for our ...

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