She served on the DeKalb County Community Mental Health Board and helped to pass House Bill 100-a bill that aided improvement of services for mental health patients in the community.
What does CMHB stand for?
CMHB stands for Community Mental Health Board
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We have 4 other meanings of CMHB in our Acronym Attic
- Connecticut Manufactured Housing Association
- Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority
- Cambridge Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (Canada)
- California Mental Health Advocates for Children and Youth (Glen Ellen, CA)
- Cross My Heart and Hope to Die
- Center for Modeling Hydrologic and Aquatic Systems (University of South Florida)
- Crayford Manor House Astronomical Society (UK)
- Congenital Microangiopathic Hemolytic Anemia and Thrombocytopenia
- Club Mouche de Haute-Bretagne (French fly fishing club)
- Coarse Matrix High Binder (construction)
- Compagnie des Manufactures d'Horlogerie Bijouterie (French watch and jewelry manufacturer)
- Complementary Multiple-Hydrogen Bonded (chemistry)
- Community Mental Health Block Grant (various locations)
- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
- Castle Hill Medical Centre (Australia)
- Clark Material Handling Company (Lexington, KY)
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling (degree program)
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts Historical Commission
- Community and Migrant Health Center
- Community Mental Health Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our local county community mental health board worked with the university to coordinate volunteer counselors when students returned," says Flora.
We have 50 community mental health boards and a total of 500 local service agencies in Ohio that serve about 250,000 consumers annually," says Dee Roth, chief of program evaluation and research, Ohio Department of Mental Health.
The WCHO replaced the community mental health board and created a new policy board with broader responsibilities.