Carol A. Bianco-Miller, B.A.

Director, Technical Assistance

Carol A. Bianco-Miller, B.A., is a director of AHP’s Center for Technical Assistance and Training, and she has provided consultation and training to numerous federal agencies, state and local mental health departments, and community-based behavioral health organizations throughout the U.S. Her areas of expertise include mental health and disability policy and systems change, organizational and program development, recovery-oriented services and systems of care, co-occurring disorders, homelessness, and supportive housing. She has held key roles in several Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) projects, including serving as the project director of the Olmstead Initiative (2000–2006, 2011–present); project director for two Evidence-Based Practice KITs (Permanent Supportive Housing and Consumer-Operated Services); corporate manager for Recovery to Practice, Behavioral Health-HIV Technical Assistance Center, Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy, Shared Decision-Making in Mental Health, and Co-occurring Disorders Initiative; and advisor/consultant to the Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant Program. She has also worked closely with dozens of SAMHSA Homeless Programs Branch grantees, providing technical assistance (TA) to community-based organizations to help them improve program operations and outcomes.