The GMU Center for Community Mental Health is a multidisciplinary training facility for graduate students in behavioral health, which serves our wider community. Our primary mission is to provide culturally responsive evidence-based clinical training in assessment, consultation, and intervention, as well as to provide accessible, culturally sensitive, state-of-the-art mental health services to the community. CCMH also participates in clinical research to help improve the quality of existing interventions and contribute to the scientific community. In coordination with the multidisciplinary training programs, CCMH trains the next generation of ethical, caring, knowledgeable, culturally responsive and innovative treatment providers in models based on scientific knowledge while meeting community mental health needs.
Professionals at CCMH adhere to high values at all times: