Integrated Behavioral Health Program

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Through an interagency agreement with the Office of Statewide Health Planning & Development (OSHPD), the Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Program provides funding for the MHSA (Mental Health Services Act) Stipend Program for MSW students at California schools of social work who are planning careers in the behavioral health system. The program also supports related academic and administrative activities.

Student Resources

CalSWEC maintains resources for students interested or participating in the Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Program, IBH graduates, as well as other interested groups.

Academic Resources

A range of tools and resources for universities interested in developing, implementing, and enhancing behavioral health course curricula and building supportive environments for learning.  

Technical Assistance and Consultation

CalSWEC and its partners can provide an array of technical assistance options for mental/behavioral health workforce development and education, including symposia, consultation, meetings, and presentations.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Program

This section includes answers to frequently asked questions about the Integrated Behavioral Health Program.

Related Links

These links to other organizations and some of the cornerstone reports for the Integrated Behavioral Health Program are provided as resources for practitioners, policymakers, faculty, students, and other interested individuals.