Advancing Behavioral Health in Washington State
The 2024 WBHC will be held June 12-14 in Kennewick, WA - we hope you'll join us!
Advocating for behavioral health
in Washington State
The Washington Council works to preserve essential community behavioral health services that promote recovery for our state's most vulnerable citizens.
A world in which behavioral health is understood and effective care is universally available.
Washington Council for Behavioral Health is a trailblazer for behavioral health in Washington State—connecting providers to create a unified voice in state government, while forging a stronger future for healthcare and better overall care for people with mental illness and addictions.
Advocacy & action for mental health & addiction recovery
A strong, credible, and unified voice and source for statewide expertise in community mental health and addiction treatment.
Policy Analysis, Translation, and Education
Analysis of key issues, trends, and policies that impact community behavioral health.
Connecting behavioral health to total health through connections with state agencies, legislators, and our member agencies.
A career in behavioral health is a great way to help people in your community, and change lives! Lots of opportunities are available now, and you can learn more at startyourpath.org. There are many benefits to a behavioral health career, including: Variety: Pursue career opportunities within a wide range of occupations, populations, and professional settings Growth: Continue to build your skills and experience through a variety of educational pathways and career choices Community: Help your community thrive, while joining a…