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The Addictions and Mental Health Planning and Advisory Council (AMHPAC) is responsible for:
42 USC Sec. 300x-3 requires states to establish a Mental Health Planning and Advisory Council if they receive funding through the Community Mental Health Services Block Grant (45 CFR Part 96).
In 2011, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recommended that states integrate representatives of substance use disorder, prevention, and treatment services on their Council, and develop Behavioral Health Planning and Advisory Councils.
The council integrates representatives of specific state agencies, service consumers and their family members, other advocates, and providers of services related to:
The council is seeking members for the full council and the Recovery Support Services Subcommittee. The full council seeks representation from:
Learn more on the Current Vacancies page.
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