CHA President & CEO Carmela Coyle has been appointed to a new statewide Behavioral Health Task Force, which was announced last week by the California Health and Human Services Agency. The task force will advise Gov. Newsom’s administration on its efforts to advance statewide behavioral health services, prevention, and early intervention.
Chaired by Secretary Mark Ghaly, MD, the task force includes a broad range of stakeholders, including people living with behavioral health conditions, family members, advocates, providers, health plans, counties, and state agency leaders. Its first meeting is March 4.