Our Members

Benefits of Membership

 

The D.C. Behavioral Health Association represents addiction and mental health providers in the District of Columbia.  Every year, our 42 members provide behavioral health services to nearly 24,000 low-income D.C. residents. 
 
By joining the D.C. Behavioral Health Association, your organization will be able to take advantage of members-only benefits like:

· Membership in the National Council for Behavioral Health, an education and federal advocacy resource (value = $3,000).

· Participation in an unemployment trust and other group purchasing benefits available for eligible members.

· Access to over 20 DCBHA publications annually, on changes to D.C. laws, regulations, and local business opportunities.

· Access to over 20 provider education and networking opportunities for free or lower cost.

· Networking and participation in DCBHA member resource fairs for the public, and exposure to vendors serving the behavioral health field in the District of Columbia.  


 How To Become a Member

The D.C. Behavioral Health Association welcomes membership from those who share our mission of increasing access to treatment and improving the quality of behavioral helath services in the District of Columbia.
 
Organizational membership is open to any provider delivering addiction or mental health services in the District of Columbia, and dues are based on each organization's annual budget.
 
Affiliate membership is available for consumer or family-led organizations, or for partners who support the D.C. Behavioral Health Association's mission.
 


 

 

Who Are Our Members? 

 

The D.C. Behavioral Health Association is the only unifying voice of the addiction and mental health industry in the District of Columbia, regardless of facility type or patient acuity. We represent four hospitals, eight primary care centers, seventeen specialty mental health providers, eight substance abuse providers, and twenty supported housing providers.

 

We facilitate networking and policy solutions by bridging the behavioral health field. Our unique understanding of behavioral health patient needs, the continuum of care, and the regulatory frame-work across multiple payors means that we are experts in the issues facing the behavioral health industry in the District of Columbia.

 

Our 2014 Member Directory describes how to access behavioral health treatment through D.C. Medicaid, and identifies the types of services and funding for each of our members.

 
 
 

Our Member Map

 
You'll find our members on the map below, with links to each member in the list below the map:

 

 

DCBHA Member Locations

 
You can also find our members through their websites:
 


Affordable Behavior Consultants, Inc.;

Anchor Mental Health Association;

Cornerstone;

Deaf-REACH;

Evidence-Based Associates;

Family Matters of Greater Washington;

Family Preservation Services;

First Home Care;

Green Door;

The Healthy Families Thriving Communities Collaborative Council;

Lifestride;

Open Arms Housing DC;

Pathways to Housing DC;

PRS, Inc.;

PSI Family Services;

Psychiatric Center Chartered;

Psychiatric Institute of Washington;

Sasha Bruce Youthwork;

So Others Might Eat;

The Student Support Center;

Unity Healthcare;

Woodley House; and

Youth Villages.

 
 
 
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