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We are the Sunshine

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Welcome to the CSP Community

The Montgomery County Community Support Program (CSP) Committee Mission Statement:

Montgomery County’s Community Support Program (CSP) brings together individuals that receive mental health services, their family members, providers and the Department of Behavioral Health in an equal partnership to promote recovery and excellence in the delivery of community-based mental health services.

The committee strives to include a balance of people who use services, people who provide services, family members, and interested members of the community at large. 

The CSP initiatives continue to grow state, regionally and county wide. As the involvement increases CSP has become a place that feedback can truly be given to the county from individuals that receive services and information can be given that suits the needs and requests of those that attend.

Meetings:  The CSP Committee is currently meeting virtually, the third Thursday of every month from 1 to 2:30 p.m. CSP Subcommittees meet virtually from noon to 12:45 p.m. prior to the monthly meetings. To be added to the email list to receive monthly meeting links, please click here.

Please check out our monthly newsletter 

Download our latest CSP newsletter to learn about local, state and national mental health issues 

Get Updates
every month in the Community Support Journal

To learn more about our CSP committee, please contact Penny Johnson at pjohnson@hopeworxinc.org

 

Join fellow advocates in a march on the Capitol in September!

Behavioral health matters!

The statewide recovery conference is back...

October 3-4

Joan Erney urges advocates at regional CSP meeting to rally for more mental health dollars 

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   Gives overview of BH system

How reinvestment $ help recovery and support services:
Puts money BACK into and strengthens behavorial health services. Click $ below

 

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