NCCBHNational Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
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Without the increased use of prevention strategies that are scientifically proven to work, and a correspondingly swift uptick in early detection efforts and community awareness and education in national media, mental disorders continue to fester like an undetected cancer," she wrote in an editorial in the spring 2009 issue of the NCCBH magazine.
In this regard, two key NCCBH recommendations are the development of collaborations between hospitals and community-based organizations and the implementation of inpatient/outpatient transition protocols built on the "pull" model of care, whereby outpatient mental health care providers in the community establish a relationship with the mentally ill person before hospital discharge.
We appreciate SAMHSA's support for the comprehensive care that community behavioral health organizations provide to youth and families," NCCBH President and CEO Linda Rosenberg, MSW, said in a statement.
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Williams, on behalf of Quinco, will be presented with the Community Provider Award of Excellence at the upcoming NCCBH Annual Training Conference in Portland, Oregon, March 31 - April 3, 2001.
NCCBH has centers in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee, Utah, Arizona and Texas.
Indeed, RHIO development "is probably on the top of the top-three list of issues" for members of the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (NCCBH), according to NCCBH President and CEO Linda Rosenberg.