2021 Dates: March 8, May 10, July 12, September 13, November 8
Each member serves a three-year term.
Promote and advocate for:
(i) Planning, policy, workforce development, and services to ensure a coordinated, quality system of care that is outcome–guided and that integrates prevention, recovery, evidence–based practices, and cost–effective strategies that enhance behavioral health services across the State.
(ii) A culturally competent and comprehensive approach to publicly funded prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery services that support and foster wellness, recovery, resiliency, and health for individuals who have behavioral health disorders and their family members.