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Students with Mental Illness Find Treatment at School

CABHC CEO, Scott Suhring, highlighted the importance of satellite mental health outpatient clinics in schools throughout the CABHC Counties, made possible by the statewide Medicaid Behavioral Health Program (BHC), in a recent issue of The Patriot-News You can also read Scott’s op ed here.

Welcome to Capital Area Behavioral Health Collaborative

The Capital Area Behavioral Health Collaborative, or CABHC is a private, not for profit company formed out of the collaboration among Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Perry counties’ Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol programs. The collaboration has existed since 1997, and the company was incorporated in October 1999. Our mission is to ensure access to and delivery of a coordinated, effectively managed, comprehensive array of quality mental health and substance abuse services that reflect the holistic needs of eligible residents throughout the five county area.

The organization is managed by CEO, Scott Suhring, under the direction of a Board of Directors composed of county commissioner-designated staff from the programs of Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol of the five counties.

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