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JCMH Meeting Information

2021 JCMH Meeting Dates:

Tuesday, Dec. 7 November 2, 2021 12- 1 pm Collaborative Council Meeting

October 14 & 15, 2021

4th Annual Judicial Summit on Mental Health


2022 JCMH Meeting Dates:

Friday, January 28, 2022 9 am - 12 pm JCMH Commission Meeting


Commission Travel

The Judicial Commission on Mental Health (JCMH) is funded by the 85th Texas Legislature Regular Session H.B.1 (“General Appropriations Act”), Supreme Court of Texas, Strategy B.1.2 ("Court Improvement Projects") and is thereby governed by the reimbursement policies of the Supreme Court of Texas. Reimbursement of expenses incurred during travel to and from a JCMH sponsored/hosted event or meeting must conform to the travel guidelines. You are advised to read through the travel guidelines prior to making any travel arrangements to ensure that your expenses are allowable.


FY 2021 Reimbursement Form & Travel Guidelines


Meetings are open to the public and held at the Texas Law Center or at the Supreme Court courtroom. Please check the meetings homepage to confirm the meeting location.

*Please note: the JCMH does not provide legal representation, render legal advice, or discuss specific or ongoing cases. 

Before entering the courtroom, visitors must pass through a security check that includes a metal detector and a physical search of bags and briefcases.

Food and drinks are not allowed inside the courtroom.

Each meeting notebook is posted online in a printable format prior to the meeting. Visitors are encouraged to print their own copies as very few extra copies are provided. 

Location and Parking

Texas Law Center - State Bar of Texas
1401 Colorado Street

Austin, Texas 78701

Supreme Court of Texas
201 W. 14th Street
Austin, Texas 78701


Capitol Complex and the Capitol Visitor Parking Garage

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Full meetings of the JCMH Commission can be viewed online on the JCMH YouTube Channel.


Previous recordings are available on

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