National Council Members are healthcare organizations and healthcare management entities providing treatment and support in the community to more than 8 million adults and children living with mental illness and addiction disorders. Click on a state below to see a list of members there.
National Council member organizations deliver billions of dollars every year in services — financed by federal, state, and local grants and contracts; Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance; self-payers; and individual and corporate charitable contributions. Members are critical economic engines within their communities. Together, National Council member organizations employ approximately 500,000 staff, including administrators, clinical professionals, para-professionals, peer counselors, and support staff.
National Council member organizations provide a range of mental health and addiction treatment services
- Psychiatric crisis services, inpatient hospitalization, outpatient medication and psychotherapy, case management and assertive community treatment, and treatment for trauma and post-traumatic stress disorders.
- Programs for the prevention of addictions, violence, and suicide; community education; early intervention; and jail diversion and prison re-entry initiatives.
- Addiction disorder treatment programs, including detoxification, residential, and intensive outpatient care.
- Rehabilitation and educational interventions, including supported work and housing, illness self-management, and family psychoeducation.
- Specialized community mental health services for children, including therapeutic foster care, multi-systemic therapy, functional family therapy, and mentoring and respite services.
* States in green represent the presence of at least one 100% state association of the National Council