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National Council for Behavioral Health Announces Name Change

The National Council for Behavioral Health recently announced it has changed its name to the National Council for Mental Wellbeing. The decision was made in response to changes in the fields of mental health and substance use treatment and the need to define more accurately the work of the organization's nearly 3,500 members. National Council for Mental Wellbeing President and CEO Chuck Ingoglia said, “Not only is the National Council for Mental Wellbeing inclusive of mental health and substance use, our new name boldly states our goal – to make mental wellbeing a reality for everyone. This change also presents an opportunity to align our name with our goal of promoting mental health, recovery from substance use challenges, and equitable access to high-quality care.” Read more

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