July 2019 | Mental Health America

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July 2019

Mental Health Crisis at Border Requires Immediate Attention

By Paul Gionfriddo, MHA President and CEO

As more stories of the horrors of child detention camps emerge, compassion, concern, and respect for human life should compel leaders across the nation to speak out. Adults and children are being harmed at our border, many in ways we can’t easily see. This is in part because we haven’t been allowed to see. But from what people have seen and we all know, it is the children who may be harmed the most.

Calling Student Leaders on Campus: MHA’s Collegiate Mental Health Innovation Council (CMHIC) Applications Now Open!

By Kelly Davis, DIrector of Peer Advocacy, Supports, and Services at Mental Health America

To Improve Mental Health, We Need To Take On Social and Racial Injustice

By Ruben Cantu and Dana Fields-Johnson, Prevention Institute

Medicaid's 54th Birthday

By Caren Howard, MHA Advocacy Manager

Medicaid Anniversary

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