The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare is the oldest and largest national community behavioral healthcare advocacy organization in the country. It was formed in 1970 and represents the interests of community behavioral healthcare organizations nationwide The National Council conducts federal advocacy activities, representing the industry on Capitol Hill and before Federal agencies, and offers a national consulting service program, publications, and annual training conference. Among other benefits, members receive an annual Mental Health Month Kit, Membership Directory, opportunities to participate in an Awards program, and access to members only section on the NCCBH web site.
The NCMHC produces several publications covering all aspects of community behavioral health. Serial publications: National Council News (monthly newsletter); electronic only; Community Mental Health Journal (quarterly); electronic only.
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