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From The Blog

Translating Awareness into Action: Mental Health Awareness Month

Reports this week suggest that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has increased the number of insured Americans by as many as 17 million—many of whom, as I’ve commented on earlier, are young adults who previously had been ineligible for or unable to find reasonably priced care after leaving their parents’ plans. The debate has truly shifted away from whether the act works and whether we can afford it (both answers clearly affirmative at this point) to how well it is working and what we need to do to enhance it. 

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National Council, NASMHPD Host Congressional Briefings on Early Intervention Psychosis

The National Council for Behavioral Health and the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) cohosted two congressional staff briefings to raise awareness of the need for investing in early intervention psychosis programs. Each year, 100,000 young people will develop psychosis, with only a small fraction receiving the comprehensive, coordinated care that could prevent a lifetime of disability.

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