What is the Coalition?
The Coalition, created by SAMHSA, impacts thousands of Americans by delivering web-based training and technical assistance on a range of policy issues to multiple stakeholders in state and local behavioral health systems centered on promoting/enhancing the Mental Health Block Grant.
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law; Mental Health America; National Alliance on Mental Illness; National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors; National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery; National Council for Mental Wellbeing; National Disability Rights Network; National Federation of Families; the Association of State and Terriorial Health Officials and The University of Maryland's Institute for Innovation.
- A member association representing the leaders of the $41 billion public mental health service delivery system serving 7.5 million people annually in all 50 States, five territories and the District of Columbia.
- 2,250 community-based mental health and addiction treatment organizations, encompassing 51 associations in 46 states and the District of Columbia, serving more than 8 million low-income children, adults, and families annually.
- The Protection and Advocacy (P&A) Systems and Client Assistance Programs (CAP) in every state and territory serving over 493,000 individuals annually.
- Over 500,000 consumers, families, and mental health advocates in 1,300+ local and state affiliates in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
To learn more about the Coalition Webinars, please click here: Coalition Webinars.
To learn more about the TAC Assessment Papers, please click here: TAC Assessment Papers.