For too long, we’ve been operating within a fragmented health care system

One that separates payment from value, individuals from their community, and our mental health from our physical health.

It’s time for a transformation.

It’s time to improve access to quality health care regardless of wealth, race, ethnicity, gender, and orientation. It’s time to overcome the stigma associated with behavioral health and integrate its role across our health system. And it’s time to address a person’s mental, physical, and social needs together, from the beginning.

It’s time to connect health to the whole person.

If you’re reading this, you likely share our passion for this vision of care. And like us, you know that to reach our goal and create change, everyone needs to do their part. We’re here to provide the evidence, tools, methods, and connections that will assist and enable your journey towards integrating behavioral health.

Transforming the system isn’t going to be simple. It won’t happen overnight. But, through a coordinated effort, in policy, in practice, and in our communities, we can uncomplicate the system.

We can Make Health Whole.


James Vester served with dedication and pride, but an early discharge left him with a slew of health conditions and no medical benefits. Unable to cope, life back home went from bad to worse. Determined to turn things around, James found an integrated clinic that could treat his physical and behavioral health needs together. Watch his story

Together, we can move integration forward

To uncomplicate the system and integrate care takes a coordinated effort in policy, in practice, and in our communities. But when we treat mental, physical, and social health together, the results speak for themselves.

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Impact Practice

Providers, primary care teams and educators can use these 8 core competencies to develop and deepen integrated care skills.


Affect policy

Target your priorities. Connect with like-minded change agents. Magnify the successes.

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Spotlight: how 3 states are advancing integration

There’s more than one way to integrate behavioral health effectively. See how Virginia, Idaho, and Oregon are implementing.

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