NAMI is dismayed by the President’s FY2018 Budget, which would slash funding for programs that deeply affect the lives of people with mental illness.
“The President’s Budget request is the single biggest threat to Medicaid and mental health care in decades,” said Mary Giliberti, CEO of NAMI. It slashes more than $600 billion from Medicaid over ten years. “Mental health care is an issue with strong bipartisan support, so we’re shocked that the President’s Budget would ravage Medicaid, the cornerstone of Read More
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“I handled not being treated modestly well,” Krupicka said. “I’m handling being treated really well. It’s a dramatic difference in my life. I’m more productive. I’m a better father. Lots of things are better about my general day-to-day life.”
The small-business owner, a Democrat who did not seek re-election to the House Read More
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