ccbhcs have taken many steps to improve outreach and access to care for veterans including by building relatio
CCBHCs have taken many steps to improve outreach and access to care for veterans, including by building relationships with local VAs, providing veteran peer navigators, and looking creatively for opportunities to connect with veterans in social settings.
the ccbhc model has spurred near universal adoption of medication assisted treatment and 92 of ccbhcs offer at
The CCBHC model has spurred near-universal adoption of medication-assisted treatment, and 92% of CCBHCs offer at least one type of FDA-approved medication-assisted treatment. Learn more about this incredible initiative and help us expand it:  #Unite4BH
unlike traditional payment models ccbhcs are able to offer services driven by clients needs rather than financ
Unlike traditional payment models, CCBHCs are able to offer services driven by clients' needs rather than financial limitations. That allows people like Aaron Keller to go from rock bottom to recovery. Listen to his story and help us save CCBHCs. #Unite4BH
we must transform community services from a patchwork of underfunded and overburdened organizations to a thriv
"We must transform community services from a patchwork of underfunded and overburdened organizations to a thriving array of clinics that meet standards for comprehensive, high-quality treatment. CCBHCs are doing just that." -
for have been the vehicle that has allowed us to finally offer integrated services and provide holistic care t
"For @Rutgers_UBHC, #CCBHCs have been the vehicle that has allowed us to finally offer integrated services and provide holistic care to those we serve. Quite simply, CCBHCs are a better way of providing care." @immcb84 testifying now
if funding for ccbhcs expires over 50 of ccbhcs will have to re establish wait lists eliminate services like a
If funding for CCBHCs expires, over 50% of CCBHCs will have to re-establish wait lists, eliminate services like addiction counseling or peer recovery, or close their doors to new patients. Thousands of patients will lose treatment. We can't let this happen.
ccbhcs work just ask dea duggan a 39 year old mother of four who struggled with mental health and substance ab
CCBHCs work. Just ask Dea Duggan, a 39 year-old mother of four, who struggled with mental health and substance abuse her whole life. After trying many clinics and relapsing 20 times, she finally found the comprehensive support she needed at a CCBHC.