Behavioral Health Adult Programs and Services

The Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) administers the two state mental health hospitals, purchases services to prevent and treat mental health and substance use disorders through contracts with behavioral health providers, regulates the public behavioral health system, and provides training, technical assistance, evaluation, data analysis, prevention services and administrative support to behavioral health providers and relevant stakeholders. OBH also serves as the federally designated "Single State Authority" for mental health and substance use.

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Behavioral Health Service Providers can find contracts and other resources on the Services & Providers page.

Visit the Behavioral Health for Children & Families page for information on mental health and substance use services for children and youth.

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To share feedback about the Office of Behavioral Health or any services designated or licensed by the Office, email or call 303.866.7524.