Leadership & Communication

The AIMS Center works to increase awareness and demand for Collaborative Care and provides national and global leadership in the area of integrated behavioral health care. We partner with a variety of organizations that complement and inform our work, many of which are on our Partners & Funders page.

Please contact us if you're interested in our communication and leadership efforts or wish to partner with us in this area.

Sample projects

The Care Coordination Collaborative (CCC) brings together teams from safety net health plans, primary care, mental health, substance use disorder and/or social service agencies in California to develop processes to coordinate care for shared patients/clients and to provide services.

Jürgen Unützer edits a monthly column that explores the joys, challenges, and limitations of practicing integrated, or collaborative, care.

Jürgen Unützer is a member of a task force that is examining reform options for the State of Washington's adult behavioral health system.

Jürgen Unützer co-directs this group aimed to address gaps in the implementation of effective global mental health interventions.

Jürgen Unützer serves as a member of this multi-year effort to develop guidelines for essential mental health services in developing countries.

A high-profile initiative that aims to promote and facilitate innovation in the delivery of healthcare around the globe.

Jürgen Unützer is a member of the Integrated Care Work Group as well as the Board of Trustees work group on health care reform chaired by Howard Goldman.

Jürgen Unützer, Director of the AIMS Center, is on this expert panel dedicated to sharing knowledge, experience, and ideas about integrated care.

In 2011, a group of national thought leaders participated in a summit meeting to discuss atient-centered integrated mental health solutions in the era of health care reform. The group created a checklist of core principles and components of effective integrated behavioral health care.