Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council
The Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council (CBHC) is the statewide membership organization for Colorado’s network of community behavioral health providers. CBHC members consist of 27 individual behavioral healthcare entities that include the 17 Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs), two specialty clinics -Asian Pacific Development Center and Servicios de la Raza, the four (4) Managed Service Organizations (MSOs), and the five (5) Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs).
CBHC member organizations contract with the State of Colorado and work together to provide comprehensive behavioral health and psychiatric services to every region of the state. CBHC members provide or contract for direct services in a wide variety of settings in hundreds of service delivery sites across the state.
CBHC provides a network of skilled therapeutic and community resources to meet the behavioral health needs of all Colorado residents and their families so that all can have equal and full access to a quality of life. Throughout Colorado, thousands of individuals once isolated and disabled by mental health and substance abuse problems, are now leading productive, satisfying lives.Our Mission: Working to improve the health of Coloradans through the delivery of high quality, community-based, integrated behavioral and physical healthcare services.