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The Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare (formerly Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Health Centers), founded in 1978, represents Missouriís not-for-profit community mental health centers, as well as alcohol and drug abuse treatment agencies, affiliated community psychiatric rehabilitation service providers, and a clinical call center. Thirty-two member agencies staffed with more than 10,000 caring and capable individuals annually provide treatment and support services to approximately 300,000 people. Thirty organizations are regular members, while two are associate members. In 2012, Missouri became the first state in the nation to implement a federally approved system of community mental health center healthcare homes.


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Bootheel Counseling Services

and Family Medical Clinic








     Clark Community

    Mental Health Center





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