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Mental Health In The Media

A collection of recent articles and more relevant to Connecticut’s mental health community. This edition features articles about: ANALYSIS | Clinic Plan Could Hit State Budget, Raise Patient Costs, Increase Barriers to Access; Federal Mental Health Parity After 10 Years: Toward A Data-Driven Approach To Compliance; ‘I Want to Live Like a Human Being’: Where N.Y. Fails Its Mentally Ill; Now Mental Health Patients Can Specify Their Care Before Hallucinations and Voices Overwhelm Them; One of the biggest challenges of kicking addiction is getting and keeping a job; Suspensions Fall Most On Black Boys; and MUCH MORE!

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NAMI Connecticut Newsletter - November/December 2016

I am happy to report that once again we had a very successful annual state conference with approximately 200 attendees, hopefully many of you reading this now were there. The day started out with Senator Ted Kennedy providing our Keynote address and then participants were able to find out about a range of mental health initiatives including apps for use by people with mental health concerns, psychiatric care of older adults, engaging young people in care and the state of the recovery movemen

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NAMI Connecticut Newsletter - September/October

I hope all is going well.

Fall is upon us I am happy to report that once again we will be paying out more than $20,000 to our affiliates based on the amount of donations they raised for this year’s Walk. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL! As many of you know, the Walk is a vital component of keeping our affiliates growing and offering the many programs they provide to their communities. Overall we raised just over $170,000...