Marcy Ravech, MSW
Senior Director of the Massachusetts Child Abuse Emergency Line
Marcy Ravech joined The Baker Center in December 2018 as Director of the Quality Care Initiative. In October of 2019, she transitioned to become the Director of the Massachusetts Child Abuse Emergency Line
Marcy attended Brandeis University and earned her MSW from the Boston University School of Social Work with a specialization in human services management. Most recently she served as Executive Director of the Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Program, including MCPAP and MCPAP for Moms. Marcy has combined experience in both community-based behavioral health and community health centers through her leadership roles at South Shore Mental Health, BIDMC’s Community Care Alliance, and Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center. She was responsible for creating new partnerships and collaborations, increasing visibility and accessibility of services, and worked toward integrating behavioral health and primary care at each of these organizations. Marcy also served as Associate Director of Policy and Research at the BCBSMA Foundation, where she was responsible for developing a statewide agenda for children’s behavioral health policy and produced the state’s first workforce capacity assessment of psychiatrists and behavioral health clinicians.
Marcy is passionate about positioning behavioral health as a public health issue, fighting stigma, and improving access to high quality behavioral health services.