The Wisconsin Council on Mental Health is the mental health planning council for the state.
Meetings are held bi-monthly. All meetings are open to the public.
Members are appointed by the governor. At least half of the members are consumers, advocates, and/or family members. Other members represent state agencies, mental health providers, and other groups.
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