The only political action committee that represents the interests of behavioral healthcare providers.
The NABH Champions Political Action Committee (PAC) is a non-partisan organization formed in 1979 that aims to build congressional champions in support of behavioral healthcare. The PAC encourages voluntary contributions and involvement in the political process by unifying and educating eligible individuals to support candidates for political office who champion behavioral healthcare issues.
Congress should eliminate outdated federal rules blocking access to cost-effective treatments.
Congress should increase access to substance use disorder (SUD) treatment.
Congress should expand the mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) workforce.
We conduct outreach to and collaborate with all segments of the continuum of care.
Policymakers and community leaders should understand the importance of meeting the behavioral health needs of our nation’s youth.
The annual contribution limit is $5,000 per individual.