The Behavioral Health Board (BHB) meets once a month to review and evaluate the community's behavioral health needs and to advise the county's Behavioral Health Director and the Board of Supervisors on any aspect of the local behavioral health programs. Meeting dates, times, locations, agenda and minutes can be found on this page under "Meetings and Minutes."
The County has approved a $50/meeting stipend for Board and Commission members who meet certain criteria. See Stipend 1-Pager attachment on this page.
The Marin County Behavioral Health Board is an advisory board established within the State Welfare and Institutions Code with the purpose of reviewing and evaluating the mental health and substance use programs, services, facilities and needs of the County. Given County, Health and Human Services, and Behavioral Health and Recovery Services goals to create a more equitable County, the Behavioral Health Board has an instrumental role in supporting and ensuring equitable outcomes that meet the behavioral health needs of underserved populations in the County.
We are looking for new Board Members!
HOW TO APPLY: Applications may be obtained from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 329, Administration Building, Marin Civic Center (415-473-7331) or access the application online.
Not less than 50% of the board shall be consumers and families of consumers, who are receiving or have received behavioral health services. The remaining members of the Board shall represent the public interest.
- A “consumer” is an individual who has received behavioral health (mental health or substance use) services.
- A “family member” is an individual that is the parent, spouse, domestic partner, significant other, sibling, or adult child of a consumer.
- A “public interest” is an individual interested in or knowledgeable about behavioral health issues.
We are looking for:
- People with diverse racial / ethnic backgrounds
- People with lived experience
- Transition Age Youth (ages 18 – 25 years)
- Representation from all across Marin County
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services
- The County of Marin