The Network of Behavioral Health Providers (NBHP)
Welcome to the Network of Behavioral Health Providers (NBHP), a nonprofit organization in Houston, TX. The Network's membership consists of mental health and substance use providers in the greater Houston area. The purpose of the Network is to provide a forum for the behavioral health leaders in the community to work together on issues of common concern. Working on its own and in partnership with other entities at both the local and state levels, the Network has become a strong voice on behalf of behavioral health service providers and the individuals they serve. If you are interested in NBHP membership please click here.
Behavioral Health Affordable Care Act (BHACA) Initiative:
The Behavioral Health Affordable Care Act (BHACA) Initiative was a major collaborative endeavor of the Network of Behavioral Health Providers (NBHP) and Mental Health America of Greater Houston (MHA) designed to support Greater Houston area mental health and substance use providers in responding to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and other recent healthcare reforms across our four domains: (1) enhancing and increasing the delivery of integrated health care (IHC), (2) maximizing third party funding streams revenue, (3) adopting certified electronic health records (EHR), and (4) developing outcome-based evaluations. The BHACA Initiative was generously funded by Houston Endowment Inc., The Meadows Foundation, the United Way of Greater Houston Community Response Fund and the Rockwell Fund. While BHACA formally ended November 30, 2016, resources are still available by visiting the BHACA section of this website.