The Equity-Grounded Leadership Fellow Program Supporting Partners understand the importance of collective influence to create communities rooted in resilience. They have committed time, expertise, leadership and/or pilot cohort participation to ensure all voices are included. We are grateful for their support of this critical initiative!
The Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) will lead and promote Colorado’s behavioral health priorities, ensure that behavioral health services respond to the changing needs of communities, monitor state and local outcomes, and evaluate state efforts. The BHA will be the lead entity, collaborating across state agencies, to ensure there is a transparent and accountable system in place that results in better outcomes for Coloradans.
Founded in 1985, HMA is an independent, national research and consulting firm specializing in publicly funded healthcare and human services policy, programs, financing, and evaluation. With 22 offices and over 225 multidisciplinary consultants coast to coast, HMA’s clients include government, public and private providers, health systems, health plans, behavioral health providers, community-based organizations, institutional investors, foundations, and associations. We are committed to tackling a wide variety of public healthcare issues through technical assistance, resources, decision support and expertise, and we work across disciplines and geographical areas to put our extensive knowledge to work for every client.
The County Behavioral Health Directors Association of California (CBHDA) is a non profit advocacy association representing the behavioral health directors from each of California’s 58 counties, as well as the Tri-City (which includes the Cities of Pomona, Claremont and La Verne) and City of Berkeley Mental Health Authorities. The mission of CBHDA is to ensure access to high-quality, cost-effective, and culturally competent behavioral health care for the people of California by providing leadership, advocacy, and support to County Behavioral Health Directors and programs. California’s County Behavioral Health Agencies provide a wide range of specialty mental health and substance use disorder services, primarily to California’s low-income populations as specialty behavioral health plans under Medicaid. In addition, County Behavioral Health Agencies provide a variety of community behavioral health services and supports, including prevention, outreach and engagement, housing, as well as crisis and disaster response-related behavioral health services for Californians across all payers, including the uninsured.