The National Council for Behavioral Health is urging advocates to make several important phone calls on Tuesday, January 17, to protect Medicaid expansion.
Health Affairs Blog discusses “repeal and delay,” a plan which involves initial immediate action by Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) followed by a delay before certain aspects of the repeal become effective—possibly as late as 2020. Replacement of the law would also come in stages, through a series of bills. Authors Joseph Antos and James Capretta, policy experts with the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), do not support this approach.
The National Register signed the Mental Health Liaison Group letter urging the 115th Congress to preserve crucial mental health programs and services.
The National Register signed the Mental Health Liaison Group letter supporting comprehensive mental health reform legislation this year.
Mental Health Reform is close to finishing this race. Make sure Congress is committed to getting it over the finish line. National Mental Health Reform Advocacy Week is Nov. 14-18, 2016.
The National Register signed the Mental Health Liaison Group letter supporting the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016.
The National Register signed the Mental Health Liaison Group letter supporting the Mental Health on Campus Improvement Act (S. 2685/ H.R. 4374).
The Mental Health Liaison Group (MHLG) is urging supporters of the Mental Health Reform Act to call their senators this Friday, September 2.
Senators Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) are bringing together mental health advocates, providers, and patients for a discussion on comprehensive mental health reform and the need for the Senate to pass their bipartisan Mental Health Reform Act.
The Senate has recently introduced the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016 (S. 2680), which would amend the Public Health Service Act to provide comprehensive mental health reform.
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) offers a summary and reflection on the newest national education reform law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
The American Psychological Association sent letters this past March to encourage passage of the Equality Act through both chambers of Congress.