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Welcome to the Campaign for Mental Health Reform


The Campaign for Mental Health Reform is the collaborative effort of 18 national mental health organizations to ensure that federal mental health policy is aligned with the field’s collective vision.  With active consideration of health reform now underway, the Campaign has organized its effort around the belief that mental health is integral to health.  

The Campaign's principles for inclusion of mental health in health reform will guide its efforts to contribute to and assess proposals emerging in coming months.  Other useful policy documents help the Campaign understand proposals covering specific areas of health reform.

What's New

Campaign recognizes Enzi, Stark, Patrick

Invitation to Campaign Awards Dinner,  March 18, 2009 and RSVP card

Campaign Awards Dinner March 18 To Honor Enzi, Stark, more 

Campaign Releases Principles for Healthcare Reform

Campaign To Be Honored at National Political Conventions

How Changes in Medicare Affect Patients - Wall Street Journal

Medicare Mental Health Parity Approved - Statement by Bazelon Center for Mental Health

Senate Passes Medicare Bill with Mental Health Equity! - SPAN Reports

Victory on Medicare! - NAMI Reports

 

 

Services Needed: The suffering lingers for far too many of the region's veterans of battle

Veterans Share Stories as Work Starts on Mental Health Bills

Army is Worried by Rising Stress of Return Tours to Iraq

Court Looks at Legal Role for Mentally Ill

House Approves Bill on Mental Health Parity

Repeated Iraq deployments raise mental health risks for soldiers

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