Community Behavioral Health Promotion and Prevention Commission

The Community Behavioral Health Promotion and Prevention Commission was established in August 2018 with Governor Baker’s signing into law of chapter 208, section 1 of the Acts of 2018.

The commission is charged with working to promote positive mental, emotional and behavioral health and early intervention for persons with a mental illness, and to prevent substance use disorders among residents of the Commonwealth. The commission is chaired by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and is comprised of a diverse panel of policymakers, public health professionals, legal experts, and clinicians appointed by the Governor.

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