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New Law Will Expand Mental Health Services For Low-Income Californians

The staff of Clinica Sierra Vista, which has health centers throughout a vast swath of central California, screened its mostly low-income patients last year for mental health needs and determined that ... read more

HHS Is Embracing A Broader Vision Of Health Care

Significance of New OIG Advisory Opinion ... When describing its decision to expand the interpretation of the term “primarily health related,” CMS pointed to research demonstrating the value of certai... read more

More leeway for states to expand inpatient mental health

A longstanding federal law has barred Medicaid from paying for mental health treatment ... start seeing results of the new federal policy. States must apply for permission to the federal Centers for M... read more

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Sununu pledges increases for NH mental health, school buildings in budget proposal

Chris Sununu unveiled a $13 billion two-year state budget proposal before the state Legislature on Thursday, with millions of dollars in one-time investments for mental health ... is the New Hampshire ... read more


New California law expands low-income parents’ access to subsidized child care

In an effort to remove obstacles for Californians trying to succeed in the labor market, a new law could make access to child care easier for low-income parents taking ... to navigate systems, social ... read more

Here Are The 11 Propositions On California’s November 2018 Ballot

Using Mental Health Dollars For Low-Income Housing ... the Mental Health Services Act, approved by voters in 2004 to provide mental health services to Californians. Legislators tried to appropriate th... read more

How Two Governors And A Mayor Plan To Plug The Holes In Obamacare

California, New York and Washington are among the states that embraced the Affordable Care Act by immediately adopting its Medicaid expansion for low-income adults and ... access to medical and mental ... read more

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Inmates Will No Longer Have To Make Copays, Which Were Deemed To Have ‘Minimal Fiscal Benefit’: The co-payments were just $5 and were only charged when an inmate sought out medical treatment that was ... read more

New Medicaid Enrollees Come with Mental Health Needs, Uncertain Costs

All of them—California, Connecticut, Minnesota, New Jersey and Washington state—cover childless ... and other policy analysts have recommended states find ways to expand mental health services and int... read more

California Attorney General And Santa Clara County Face Off Over Sale Of Two Hospitals

We are a community of farmworkers, of low-income ... California Western School of Law, San Diego. “The idea of the attorney general’s office is to make these hospitals provide health services read more

Brooklyn Pot Salon Opens to New York Legalization Push

While legislators in Albany argue the fine points, New York’s dispensaries must remain within existing law. On Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue ... the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administratio... read more

Treating Opioid Addicts Is Expensive. States Want Drug Makers To Fund It.

The money also helps healthcare providers in states that aren’t taking federal dollars to expand Medicaid — insurance coverage for low-income residents ... by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Ser... read more



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