Founded in 1969, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (National Council) is a membership organization that drives policy and social change on behalf of over 3,100 mental health and substance use treatment organizations and the more than 10 million children, adults and families they serve.
Through a grant funded by SAMHSA, the National Council is now the CCBHC-E National Training and Assistance (TTA) Center. At no cost to the CCBHC, the National Council, offers free guidance to grantees to help them maintain/achieve adherence to the CCBHC model, certification/attestation, sustainability, and implementation of the program.
They offer a Resource Library full of valuable documents, infographics, and toolkits. They offer Training and Events, to include on-demand webinars, live trainings, lessons, learning/action series, opportunities to participate in learning communities, and networking opportunities through monthly cohort calls (specifically for CCBHC executives, Project Directors, Evaluators, and Medical Directors). Finally, if these resources still leave prospective or existing CCBHCs with uncertainty, the National Council's CCBHC-E National Training and Technical Assistance Center accepts requests for free consultation. Please visit the National Council's CCBHC-E National Training and Technical Assistance Center today by clicking the box below.
The National Council also operates the CCBHC Success Center, a hub for data, implementation support and advocacy to support the CCBHC initiative. The National Council is also the leading and primary entity advocating in Washington D.C. for the expansion of the CCBHC model, and for continued and additional funding for existing and new CCBHCs. Within the CCBHC Success Center, you can respond to the National Council's call to action. Visit the CCBHC Success Center today by clicking the box below.