Growing California's behavioral health workforce
Below is an interactive map showing more than 120 Behavioral Health Workforce Development grantee locations throughout California. Grantees are implementing evidence-based behavioral health services across the continuum of prevention, treatment, and recovery to address mental health challenges, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders facing California’s communities. Providers serving marginalized communities and underserved areas are a grant priority with grant funds enabling greater reach to support more people. By building California’s behavioral health workforce today, California aims to ensure accessibility to high quality care no matter where you are in California.