For over 30 years, the D.C. Behavioral Health Association has sought to expand and improve community-based behavioral health services through policy advocacy and staff development.  Our 42 members are the providers who offer services ranging from substance abuse and mental health treatment to housing supports for adults or children in foster care.  Every year, our members serve over 24,000 D.C. residents -- helping them find peace, recovery and resilience.  

 

Learn more about our members' work and the D.C. Behavioral Health Association's activities through the links on the left-hand side of this page. 

 

Recent News

  • DCBHA FY 18 Budget Request Letter to DBH DCBHA has sent the attached budget request letter to Dr. Royster.We request DBH investments in the following key areas: ·         $872,500, at minimum, to fund an MHRS rate increase ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2016, 11:36 AM by DC Behavioral Health Association
  • Medicaid or QMB Application and Renewal Court Order From our friends at DC Fiscal Policy Institute, an update on Medicaid and QMB applications and Salazar v. District of Columbia. Please read and share as you see fit.Hi ...
    Posted Sep 29, 2016, 11:07 AM by DC Behavioral Health Association
  • LGPC-Eligible Supervised Practice Letter Notification The DC Department of Health's Health Regulation and Licensing Administration has issued a new notice on behalf of the DC Board of Professional Counseling concerning practice for LGPC-eligible ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2016, 12:31 PM by DC Behavioral Health Association
  • Responding to Racial Trauma: A Clinical Approach Hillcrest Children & Family Center, in partnership with the DC Behavioral Health Association, will offer a workshop by Dr. Robert T. Carter, Professor at Columbia University, on Wednesday, October 12, 9 ...
    Posted Sep 16, 2016, 8:56 AM by DC Behavioral Health Association
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The D.C. Behavioral Health Association is the policy voice for providers to support adopting and implementing these successful changes to community-based behavioral health services for the city's low-income population.