Kevin Martone is nationally recognized for his expertise in behavioral health policy, system financing and design, Olmstead and community integration, homelessness, and best practice models of housing for persons with disabilities. With over 25 years of executive leadership at the national, state, and provider levels in both the public and private sectors, he has a unique understanding of the complexity of systems in these areas. Mr. Martone incorporates his knowledge of interrelated issues in behavioral health, Medicaid, homelessness, social services/welfare, community development, public health, and criminal justice systems — and their intersection with the political environment — into his work with clients. He has served as a subject matter expert on Olmstead planning, implementation, and litigation matters in several states.
Mr. Martone currently serves as president of the National Association for Rural Mental Health.