Congrats, Ebony Chambers!
Our own Ebony Chambers, Director of Family and Youth Partnership, is a recent graduate of the National Council for Behavioral Health’s 2015 Addressing Health Disparities Leadership Program. We look forward to Ebony’s continued expertise and stewardship of these important community initiatives.
Per the National Council of Behavioral Health:- “These 23 emerging leaders represent 19 different states and spent the past 10 months spearheading new initiatives within their communities to reduce health-related disparities for racial, ethnic and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations seeking care in mental health and addiction service settings.”
Please refer to links on the right for further information on the National Council for Behavioral Health.