The unifying voice of America’s mental health and addiction treatment organizations, serving more than 2,900 members across the country.
Only 1 in 2 LGBTQ adults who need behavioral health services will receive care. To offer more support, myStrength Digital Behavioral Health is thrilled to announce new LGBTQ resources coming later this summer! Stay tuned for more details and click the link in our bio to see how myStrength is changing lives. #Pride2018 #BH365
You can #BeThe1To save someone's life. It starts with you. Ask your friends how they're feeling, and know what to say when the answer is "not okay.” Click the link in our bio to see how you can help prevent suicides. #BH365
A huge thank you to all of our panelists for coming to the Capitol today to advocate for improved HIPAA federal guidelines. Your passion was felt, and we can’t say enough how much we appreciate your dedication to better behavioral health care. #Unite4BH#BH365
We’re back on Capitol Hill today for a congressional briefing on the importance of improved HIPAA guidance. Join the conversation with us today on Twitter @NationalCouncil using #BH365!
Recovery housing is instrumental in helping individuals with substance use disorders achieve and sustain a life in recovery. That's why we've helped create a state policy guide to recovery housing that will provide a successful path forward: [bit.ly/2woDY3i] #Unite4BH
More than 30% of women will experience an anxiety disorder in their lifetime. Let's use Mental Health Awareness Month to remember the wonderful women in our lives and ensure we're doing all we can to provide the best behavioral health help they so richly deserve. #BH365
A big thanks to all of our panelists who spoke at today’s congressional briefing on the importance of Mental Health First Aid! #BeTheDifference
We’re here on Capitol Hill for Mental Health Awareness Month for a congressional briefing on Mental Health First Aid. Join the conversation with us today using #BeTheDifference!
Help us raise awareness, break stigma and change lives this May during Mental Health Month! Follow along on social media and visit thenationalcouncil.org to find out how you can get involved and make a difference. #BH365
Find small ways to incorporate physical activity into your day. Walk around your home during commercial breaks. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Use small handweights while sitting down. #MyWholeHealth#BH365#WHAM
We’ve come a long way, but not long enough. “Effective treatments and recovery supports offer hope for people with addictive disorders. But celebrating progress isn’t about being complacent. We haven’t come as far as we could have or should have.” - National Council CEO Linda Rosenberg at #NatCon18
#NatCon18 in Washington D.C. was a rousing success. Next stop: Nashville, Tennessee! We hope to see you in Music City next year for #NatCon19.