Mental Health Community Advisory Board

The Mental Health Community Advisory Board 

is a committee comprising providers from the VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Veterans advocates, and Veterans from the community. The Advisory Board meets monthly to discuss the functioning of the mental health programs at VA Connecticut Healthcare System. Its purpose is to make recommendations to the Mental Health Council, which is the governing body of the Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences Service Line. Because the Advisory Board’s members include Veterans from the community, it offers a unique outside perspective on the VA’s mental health care system.


A copy of the Policy governing these activities is available at the bottom of this page.

Meetings 

The Advisory Board meets the second Wednesday of every month from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Errera Community Care Center.

The Chairs of the Board is Steve Frank, a Vietnam Veteran.

Minutes of selected previous meetings are available at the bottom of this page.

Contacts

To contact the Mental Health Community Advisory Board, please send an e-mail to carolyn.bissex@va.gov, and it will be directed to the Advisory Board.


Updated 4/12/15


This site is maintained by Veterans and volunteers. While the contents of this site have been developed in cooperation with VA personnel, it is not an official site of the Department of Veterans Affairs.


 

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