Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois

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The Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois is a government sector lobbying association in Illinois.

Taxpayer-funded lobbying

See also: Illinois government sector lobbying

Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois has four registered lobbyists and lobbying firms.[1] At least one county pays dues to the organization, meaning the organization lobbies while being funded by public money.[2]

Income and expenses

Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois
Year Total expenses Total income Membership dues
(included in Total income)
2008[3] $1,016,478 $931,745 $773,497
2007[4] $981,524 $1,016,525 $828,501
2006[5] $919,844 $999,945 $819,389

Note: Tax years begin July 1 and end June 30.

Issues

The organization advocates for mental health issues and funding. It has been critical of Governor Pat Quinn for his proposed budget crisis solution, which involves cutting mental health programs and funding.[6][7]

External links

References