Closing the Gaps and Disparities in Continuity of Care
Actions and discussions this year indicate a serious effort on the part of state leaders and interest groups to address one of the remaining major disparities affecting behavioral healthcare which is the lack of a commitment to continuity of care that is much more prevalent in attending to purely physical health conditions. Continue reading Closing the Gaps and Disparities in Continuity of Care
Imagine enough resources to provide permanent supportive housing for the thousands of homeless mentally ill and to provide robust mental health services for college students on all our public college campuses without raising a dime of additional state or local dollars.
The vision described is possible with modest adjustments to the Mental Health Services Act, or MHSA, otherwise known as the 2004 ballot initiative, Proposition 63.
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