The Elder Mental Health Collaborative is comprised of the Departments of Mental Health and  Public Health; the Executive Office of Elder Affairs and the Massachusetts Aging and Mental Health Coalition (MAMHC) which represents a large group of stakeholders, including seniors and those serving seniors in the community. Agencies represented include: Mass Association of Mental Health, NASW, Mass Home Care, Mass Councils on Aging, BU Institute of Geriatric Social Work, Jewish Children and Family Services, Greater Boston Legal Services and Elders Living at Home.

The Collaborative is focused on identifying the behavioral health needs of older adults, identifying service gaps, and exploring best practices in order to improve service delivery, fill gaps and replicate and fund similar programs in MA. The Collaborative promotes prevention, outreach, wrap around peer and clinical supports and gatekeeping services; training and education; and partnerships on the local and state levels, as well as connection to the National Coalition on Aging and Mental Health.

The Elder Mental Health Collaborative meeting is the second Friday of every month, 9:30 – 11, in the West Conference Room


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