Our Mission

We Increase the effectiveness of programs that target the elimination of mental health disparities through the coordination of partners, leaders, and stakeholders committed to action..

Our Commitment

We work to Increase the pool of culturally competent mental health professionals who deliver culturally appropriate behavioral health services to diverse populations throughout Massachusetts.

We support our member organizations and improve mental health and other healthcare outcomes for racial, ethnic, and underserved populations in Massachusetts.

Our Work

Robert Deleo, Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met with members of the Black Mental Health Alliance to share ideas, discuss mental health services in Massachusetts and share his commitment to increasing the pool of culturally competent mental health professionals who deliver culturally appropriate behavioral health services to diverse populations throughout Massachusetts.


Massachusetts Speaker of the House Robert Deleo

meets with Black Mental Health Alliance

Massachusetts Speaker of House Robert Deleo receives Appreciation Award 

News

Bay State Banner Pull up “SAGGY PANTS” SAYS Black Mental Health Alliance (BMHAM)

​Watich Video (click picture)


Welcome


Dear Friends and Colleagues:

Thank you for visiting our new Black Mental Health Alliance of Massachusetts (BMHAM) website. .
BMHAM is a behavioral health trade organization that coordinates efforts to reduce behavioral health disparities for diverse racial and ethnic populations in Massachusetts.. Our efforts are geared to promote health equity for all racial and ethnic populations, and support populations vulnerable to behavioral health disparities. BMHAM  is committed to increasing the pool of culturally competent mental health professionals who deliver culturally appropriate behavioral health services to diverse populations throughout Massachusetts. Thank you for joining us.


Dr. Omar Reid

President and Founder

Black Mental Health Alliance of Massachusetts, Inc.  





Promoting behavioral health equity at the state and national level;


"Yes we can"