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 two cities (Berkeley and Tri-City).
CBHDA is actively involved in social justice and behavioral health-related public policy development across all levels of the government. From analysis to advocacy, CBHDA is constantly evaluating the “real world” implications of public policy development on local behavioral health authorities and the communities they serve.
About the Community Behavioral Health System
- CBHDA – California’s Public Behavioral Health System Overview (Oct 2016) (PPT)
- Harbage – California Behavioral Health Revenue Update (Aug 2016) (PPT)
- CBHDA Recovery, Rehabilitiation, Resiliency Tri-Fold Brochure (PDF)
- CMHDA Community Mental Health Fact Sheet (December 2012) (PDF 324 KB)
- CMHDA Community Mental Health Funding Matrix (December 2012) (PDF 149 KB)
- CMHDA Estimated 2012-13 Mental Health Funding and Account Structure (June 2012) (PDF 80 KB)
- CMHDA California’s Public Mental Health Services” A Brief Overview For Legislative Staff Powerpoint (December 2012) (PDF 412 KB)
- CMHDA California Counties’ Continuum of Mental Health Care and Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health “Carve Out Services” for Adults with Serious Mental Illness (February 2013) (MS Word 92 KB)
- CMHDA/CADPAAC Mental Health Substance Use Disorder Policy: Evolution, Context and Future Challenges PowerPoint (December 2012) (PPT 517 KB)