United We Heal

Workers at Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare are finding out just how empowering it is to organize for a voice on the job–to communicate and find common ground with their coworkers with the goal of fo

A new study conducted by the New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) recommends replicating best-practice models in Vermont, Texas and Rhode Island, which emphasize sharing informat

AFSCME members in Washington state are demanding solutions to ensure worker safety after one of their co-workers – sister Christa Butters – was 

With almost 13% of teenagers in the U.S. experiencing at least one reported episode of major depression it is a problem that easily takes all parts of behavioral health community to handle.

Congress has created a program which provides up to six years of student loan repayments for full-time behavioral health care workers — now we need to push for full funding. Sign our petition!

Urge Congress to protect Public Service Loan Forgiveness and help our nation ensure that individuals continue to enter and stay in behavioral and mental health.