Behavioral Health

The behavioral and mental health landscape is becoming more collaborative and integrated, with new bridges being built to fields like child welfare, criminal justice, and public health. The behavioral health field is also emphasizing prevention and recovery more than ever, while at the same time recognizing a greater need to innovate and assess impact.

We have a long history of supporting behavioral health agencies at the state and county levels—as well as their community partners—to plan, evaluate, and improve services for vulnerable populations. We have deep knowledge of a wide range of behavioral and mental health models—with particular understanding of programs and initiatives for hard-to-reach and underserved communities.