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State mental health funding avoids cuts in 2017 following $298M budget increase in 2015

Texas' 85th legislative session will not make cuts to mental health care funding--despite having to make reductions in other areas. ...

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No suicide attempt should be dismissed or treated lightly       Why Do People Attempt Suicide? A suicide attempt ...

Menninger and the David and Helen Gurley Brown Trust

Announces $1 Million in Grants to Integrate Mental Health into After-School Initiatives in Houston     The David and Helen Gurley ...
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Networking Group Enhances Knowledge of Behavioral Health Providers

  Stacy Ogbeide, PsyD, a founding member of the Primary Care Behavioral Health Networking Group, presented on how providers can ...
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Veterans Program at MHA Houston Receives Congressional Certificate

  The Military Veteran Peer Network at Mental Health America of Greater Houston received a Certificate of Congressional Recognition from ...
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#Okaytosay Encourages Texans to Speak Up About Mental Illness

  Mental Health America of Greater Houston is proud to partner with the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute in the ...
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SBISD Shares Best Practices with School Behavioral Health Learning Community

  On February 17, Spring Branch Independent School District professionals, including care coaches and substance use counselors, and participants in ...
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New Insight for Millions Battling Alcohol and Substance Use Addictions

  On Thursday, February 11, at The Council on Recovery, Dr. Kevin McCauley, a former Navy flight surgeon and co-founder of ...
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