Maxine Henry, MSW, MBA
National Latino Behavioral Health Association/National Hispanic and Latino ATTCAddress:
Cochiti Lake, NM 87083
Expert Trainer, Expert Facilitator
Maxine Henry has a long standing history with facilitation of various training programs and curriculums intended to meet the needs of professionals, clinicians, providers, interpreters, paraprofessionals, peers in recovery, and community members. She has been able to assist community organizations with taking what they learn and implement it into their service delivery in the behavioral health field.
Maxine Henry, MSW, MBA has been committed to improving access to and decreasing disparities in behavioral health services, especially for minority communities. She currently serves as the Associate Director for the National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA), and the Project Co-Director for the National Hispanic and Latino Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC). Her work with grassroots non-profits has been dedicated to providing peer-run and culturally competent services to those living with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders along the prevention-treatment-recovery spectrum; focusing on community defined needs and solutions. Maxine has worked for other organizations to help improve and deliver culturally and linguistically competent services to several communities. Workforce development, both through direct services to community members and in training larger groups has been a long-standing part of her commitment to creating sustainability and increasing capacity for organizations, professionals, para-professionals and communities across the nation.