HEALTH ACTION COALITION
The Integrated Behavioral Health Action Coalition (IBHAC) is made up of primary care, mental health, and substance use providers, as well as local hospitals, county agencies, health plans, mental health advocacy organizations, and individual community members. Together, IBHAC members plan to improve system-level integration of primary care and behavioral health services for all persons and to create a collaborative, integrative, and inclusive system of whole-person care in Santa Cruz County.
If you would like to join this coalition, please email Suzette Reuschel-DiVirgilio, Programs Director, at email@example.com.
HIP also convenes a monthly IBHAC Workforce Sub-Meeting to discuss behavioral health and health social workers workforce. The meetings are facilitated by Jasmine Nájera, LCSW, Chief Executive Officer at the Pajaro Valley Prevention and Student Assistance (PVPSA).
If you would like to join the IBHAC Workforce Sub-Meetings, please email Maria Estela Jerezano, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Santa Cruz County Behavioral Health and Parole Reentry Court
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Text your zip code to 898211 to get started.
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IBHAC’s Vision: All people in Santa Cruz County experience optimal physical and emotional well-being, dignity, and prosperity.
Our Values: Compassion, equity and thriving
Our Operating Principles: Collaborative, integrated, inclusive, no wrong door approach, seamless care, payer blind, and culturally & linguistically appropriate
The health outcomes we are working towards are as follows:
1. People experience increased mental health and physical wellness
2. People experience decreased substance use disorder
3. People obtain and retain increased social determinants of health