Children’s Mental Health Campaign Responds to the Release of the Roadmap for Behavioral Health Reform
February 24, 2021
This morning, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services released the much-anticipated Roadmap for Behavioral Health Reform: Ensuring the right treatment when and where people need it, laying out the design and implementation of a robust behavioral health treatment system. The Children’s Mental Health Campaign applauds Governor Baker for his leadership and Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) Secretary Marylou Sudders for spearheading this critical work. The Roadmap sets the stage for a multi-year effort to increase access to behavioral health treatment, and once fully implemented, the behavioral health system will be better equipped to connect children and their families with appropriate treatment.