The BHSP Community Task Force exists to create a happier, healthier community by raising awareness about behavioral health and suicide through education, prevention and connections.
The Montgomery County Behavioral Health & Suicide Prevention was created by The Honorable Judge Wayne Mack of Precinct 1, along with several other community and faith leaders to address rising numbers of suicide in Montgomery County. What began as a small group, grew to a county-wide call to action that drew over 500 volunteers to answer the call. Today, BHSP has 12 work-groups dedicated to working along side mental health professionals and advocates.
GAPS Analysis Report
In February 2023, our GAPS Analysis Report was finalized. Gathering For Action Final Report, Montgomery County
Our Commitment to our Community
The Montgomery County Behavioral Health & Suicide Prevention(BHSP) Task Force meets monthly and has small work-groups available for you to volunteer with. Please follow the link to our volunteer page and contact a leader via email on the work-group page(s) if you would like to get involved.VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES