The Children’s Mental Health Campaign (CMHC) is a coalition of families, advocates, health care providers, educators, and service recipients from across Massachusetts dedicated to the comprehensive reform of the children’s mental health system. The Campaign is led by six partner organizations - the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Boston Children’s Hospital, the Parent/Professional Advocacy League, Health Care For All, Health Law Advocates, and the Massachusetts Association for Mental Health - and includes more than 160 supporting organizations across Massachusetts.

The Campaign works to transform the children's mental health care system by laying a foundation for a coordinated system of evidence-based services that are accessible to all children, adolescents, and families and that target the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health conditions.


MAMH Perspective

“The Massachusetts Association for Mental Health is honored to enter into a new partnership with the Children’s Mental Health Campaign, a coalition that has earned a reputation as a credible source of public policy knowledge, child and family engagement, and effective advocacy. We look forward to working together to ensure that all children and families in the Commonwealth have access to the resources they need to protect their overall health and promote resilience.”

-Danna Mauch, PhD, President and CEO

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