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.
2017 NBHP Vision Award Recipients: Beacon Health Options
Left to right: Terry Scovill, NBHP Chair, Marion Coleman, NBHP Executive Director, Daniel Ramirez, Beacon Health Options Manager of Providers Partnerships, and Uzo Mbamalu, Beacon Health Options Program Director
Job Posting: Assistant Director
The Network of Behavioral Health Providers (NBHP) is a nonprofit organization in Houston, TX. The Network's membership consists of mental health and substance use disorder 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.
The Network is seeking an individual to serve as Assistant Director (AD). The AD is responsible for the daily operations and, with the Executive Director, oversees the overall outcomes of NBHP. This individual will work closely with the ED, committee members, and the Board to set strategy and shape policy on program administration and implement the programming decided upon by the membership The AD will report directly to the ED and function as the visible spokesperson to represent NBHP In relationships with other nonprofits, government and legislative entities, and in local community, state and national forums.
Leadership and Direction:
- Oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization.
- Plays an active role in the community for representing the strategic interests of NBHP
- Assists in the planning of topics, speakers and location for membership and committee meetings
- Executes directives from the ED, board, and membership and provides guidance to Board and committee members to help them fulfill their responsibilities for the agency.
- Works with ED, board and committee members to establish vision and direction for the agency.
- Implements key themes and objectives for programs, and oversees the implementation of NBHP programs.
- Works with ED and members to evaluate and monitor program effectiveness
- Oversees all aspects of Continuing Education (CEU) process
- Oversees all aspects of program announcements, registrations, minutes, and meeting logistics
- Helps prepare monthly reports and assists in preparing of 990s
- Responsible for production and distribution of agency publications, public statements, and ensures that there is on-going communication with key partners and stakeholders.
- Acts as the agency spokesperson to media on policy and mental health information
- Assists with updates and maintenance of the NBHP website.
- Authors biweekly email newsletter
- 5 plus years of experience in progressively more responsible leadership roles in nonprofit or mission-driven organizations.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field. Master’s degree preferred.
- Results driven leader who inspires confidence internally and externally; a “bridge builder” skilled at building consensus and achieving buy-in across constituents.
- Demonstrated success in implementing high-impact community-based programs and results.
- Strong executive presence and an articulate communicator who can deliver messages with confidence and authority.
- Understanding of behavioral health landscape, issues and centers of influence preferred.
Application Process:To apply, please email cover letter and resume to:
Dr. Marion T. Coleman
Network of Behavioral Health Providers
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.