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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

California colleges expand mental health services to meet rising needs

The numbers of low-income students ... hope that a proposed new law will give colleges more funding for mental health services from Proposition 63, a 2004 voter-approved ballot measure that raised ... read more

The Health 202: Lawmakers push to extend funding for mental health clinics set to end in July

Blunt and Stabenow’s bill tries to get at the problem by expanding mental health services covered via Medicaid, the government program for the low income which is also ... said he opposes the new ... read more

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New CalFresh rules vastly expand the pool of people eligible for food assistance in California

But starting June 1, changes in a state law that dates back to 1974 will ... Plan for Aging cited the findings of a 2017 California Health Interview Survey that found nearly one-third of low-income ... read more


Tax-funded mental health programs are not always easy to find

In 2004, Californians approved the act, originally known as Proposition 63, which imposes a 1% tax on personal income over $1 million to help counties expand mental health care services ... most ... read more

New Orleans Argues Whether an All-Charter City Can Be Truly Democratic

The state agency wanted to use the campus to expand a successful program for children with severe emotional and mental-health ... of New Orleans, and the school continued to serve a student body that ... read more

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

The staff of Clinica Sierra Vista, which has health centers throughout the Central Valley, screened its mostly low-income patients last year for mental health needs and determined that nearly 30 ... read more

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

Capitol Desk delivers the latest in health care policy and politics from Sacramento and around the state. Have an idea? Let us know. The staff of Clinica Sierra Vista, which has health centers ... read more

Undocumented children can get California health care — now Gov. Gavin Newsom wants young adults to have it, too

Although her family’s low income ... additional health services through a patchwork of programs run by counties, local clinics and hospitals, depending on where they lived. After the new law took ... read more

Barriers Remain Despite Health Law’s Push To Expand Access To Substance Abuse Treatment

The nation’s health law has promised ... Medicaid for residential services provided to low-income adults. The restriction is due to a decades-old federal law designed to prevent Medicaid funding from ... read more



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