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The Story of Two Mothers

May 3, 2016
This post is adapted from comments shared at the Atlantic Summit on Mental Health and Addiction held on April 12 in Washington, DC. View a full summary of the event, including video of the event, here. I want to tell you...
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Behavioral Health: It’s Hot on the Hill

March 17, 2016
Last week at National Council Conference 2016, I spoke about the past ten years and the tremendous progress we have achieved together. In Washington, we are in the midst of the most proactive and important public policy shift in over...
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House Democrats Introduce Mental Health Reform Bill

February 4, 2016
Democratic members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee introduced their own version of mental health reform legislation this week. The bill, which spans nearly 300 pages, touches on many parts of the US mental health system. The bill’s authors...
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My List of 2016 Priorities

January 25, 2016
 I recently sat down with Julie Miller, Editor in Chief of Behavioral Healthcare Magazine, to talk about what’s coming in 2016.  Read more in this article in Behavioral Healthcare.    The post My List of 2016 Priorities appeared first on...
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My List of 2016 Priorities

January 25, 2016
 I recently sat down with Julie Miller, Editor in Chief of Behavioral Healthcare Magazine, to talk about what’s coming in 2016.  Read more in this article in Behavioral Healthcare.    The post My List of 2016 Priorities appeared first on...
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Congress appropriates $15M for Mental Health First Aid

December 16, 2015
Statement by Linda Rosenberg, president and CEO, National Council for Behavioral Health: The National Council thanks the U.S. Congress for including a $15 million appropriation for Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) in the omnibus spending agreement released last night. This...
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