Behavioral Health Provider Coalition of Cape Cod and the Islands

A Night To Remember-Sgt. Gannon


Charity Event and Fundraiser

Live Auction and raffles

June 22nd 7-11pm

JFK Ballroom at The Cape Codder Resort 

and Conference Center

Tickets are $25 per person 

Please contact Jessica Servidori BHPCCCI Coordinator @774-204-4619

To purchase tickets or donate items 

(Tickets will also be available at the door)

100% of the Proceeds will be donated to The Yarmouth Police Foundation (YPF) which is currently accepting donations for the following:

Sgt. Sean Gannon's family

Nero's Rehabilitation

The K-9 Storm Intruder Camera System for the YPD K-9 Unit


The Behavioral Health Provider Coalition of Cape Cod and the Islands Fund, a project of the Cape Cod Foundation

Why we formed


The Coalition was formed in 2013 with the goal of addressing the fragmentation and confusion surrounding the behavioral health services available to the Cape & Islands community

Coalition Education, Activities and Events

Monthly Coalition Meetings

At our monthly meetings local agencies and clinicians present the types of services they provide and share information regarding current research. This is also a platform to discuss gaps in care and potential solutions.

Behavioral Health Summit

The Cape Cod and Islands Behavioral Health Summit is our signature event where we bring together healthcare providers of diverse disciplines to gain insight into new research, learn of local evidence based initiatives and to network with a wide range of healthcare providers. This event is held annually in October at the Hyannis Resort and Conference Center.

Mental Health First Aid

The Coalition facilitates Mental Health First Aid Training led by Sergeant Kevin Marshall of the Nantucket Police Department. “Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that gives people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it does build mental health literacy, helping the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness.” (

Annual Holiday Meeting

Each December we hold a networking meeting where we work together to prepare stockings for our community’s homeless men and women in our community. We take time out of our busy schedule to enjoy delectable, but light food, pleasant conversation and do good work.

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