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Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Last Updated: 6/22/2012

SAMHSA’s Resource Center to Promote Acceptance,
Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with
Mental Health (ADS Center)



SAMHSA funds support and enhance the Campaign for Behavioral Health Recovery (CBHR), formerly the Campaign for Mental Health Recovery (CMHR), through the development of State outreach and community-based efforts, behavioral health education, and social inclusion activities. Awards support State efforts to promote and expand the Campaign. Specifically, they are used to provide statewide consumer/survivor-operated organizations with infrastructure development for Campaign implementation through needed technical assistance and training. They are also used to provide resources to educate the general public and maintain and expand statewide activities to support the Campaign’s social inclusion efforts.

The 2010 CBHR Award winners have been selected. Click here to read about the 2010 Award winners and their projects.

Click here to read about previous awardees and their projects.

If you have questions about the CBHR, please contact the CBHR Liaison Ruth Montag at

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This Web site was developed under contract with the Office of Consumer Affairs in SAMHSA’s Center for Mental Health Services. The views, opinions, and content provided on this Web site do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of SAMHSA or HHS. The resources listed in this Web site are not all-inclusive and inclusion on this Web site does not constitute an endorsement by SAMHSA or HHS.