Kern County Mental Health Office lost 110,000 Medicare records when a laptop was stolen from its Bakersfield, Calif.
What does KCMH stand for?
KCMH stands for Kern County Mental Health (Bakersfield, CA)
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We have 3 other meanings of KCMH in our Acronym Attic
- Kansas City Metropolitan Community Colleges
- Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission
- Kuwait Commercial Markets Complex Company
- Kansas City Mini Enthusiasts (car club)
- KCCS (Kyocera Communication Systems) Mobile Engineering (Tokyo, Japan)
- King County Medical Examiner (Washington)
- Kindly Call Me God :-)
- Kitsap County Master Gardener (Bremerton WA)
- Knight Commander of St Michael and St George
- Keep Christ Most High (radio station; Arkansas)
- King County Mental Health Advisory Board (Washington)
- King County Mental Health Plan (Seattle, WA)
- Kalamazoo Community Mental Health Substance Abuse Services (Michigan)
- Killed/Captured/Missing in Action
- Thousand Circular Mil (wire size; formerly MCM)
- Kanu Club Mainz Kostheim (German: Canoe Club Mainz-Kostheim)
- Kansas City Mobile Locksmith (Kansas City, MO)
- Kerridge C Macro Language
- Komatsu China Mining Limited
- Kerala Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Other agencies involved in the effort include Kern County Mental health Department, Kern County Department of Human Services, the University of California extension program, College Health, which provides counseling services through a contract with Kern County, Curtis and Associates, and the Cal Works program.
The California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs will enter into a cooperative agreement with the Kern County Mental Health Department in cooperation with the Community Action Partnership of Kern and Youth Together Program to provide prevention and intervention services and case management to 120 at-risk middle school and high school students.