Organizational Strengths

  • The two member agencies combined provide a full continuum of care to approximately 25% of the state. 
  • Both member agencies have a long history of providing quality care in their communities.
  • Both member agencies are licensed to provide both mental health and chemical dependency services.
  • Both member agencies are CQIP (Continuous Quality Improvement Program) certified
  • Both member agencies provide a menu of evidence based practices.
  • In addition to traditional behavioral health services, the member agencies offer highly intensive services, including evaluation and treatment centers for adults and adolescents, residential programs for mental health and chemical dependency, crisis services, triage centers, wraparound for children, PACT, and adult intensive outpatient.
  • Both member agencies offer a integrated Person-Centered Healthcare Home on site at their clinic.  These Healthcare Homes offer mental health, chemical dependency, primary healthcare and pharmacy services all in one location.
  • Both member agencies offer, in addition to behavioral health services, several key support services such as housing services, payee services, and peer centers.
  • Both member agencies have experience serving a range of populations, including children, adults, older adults, and a variety of culturally diverse populations.
  • Both member agencies have demonstrated the ability to implement large scales projects across large geographic areas including rural areas.
  • Both member agencies have existing infrastructure in place to support a combined delivery network with an infrastructure that is scalable.
  • Both member agencies have significant experience in partnerships and collaborations.
  • Both member agencies have been successful applicants for a number of large-scale grants.