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Mental health groups plead with Congress to preserve Medicaid expansion and funding

Join health care advocates from across the country as we take a stand to help save the Affordable Care Act and the Medicaid program. Call (866) 426-2631 at any time to be directed to your local member of Congress, and encourage others to do the same. Let's send Congress a simple message: "Don't repeal the ACA and do not cut Medicaid and Medicare." Learn more here.

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"The Hidden Gun Epidemic: Suicides" - A Statement from Dr. John Draper

"Keeping homes and families safer when our loved ones are in despair is not just a job for gun shop owners; it is a responsibility that we all must bear." Read the rest of Dr. John Draper's statement in response to the NY Times article, "The Hidden Gun Epidemic: Suicides."

"Attachment Theory" Finds New Resonance in the Age of Smartphones

This article explores a very effective, attachment-based intervention strategy called Circle of Security, which has 19,000 trained facilitators in 20 countries. Learn more about COS, a model MHA-NYC practices, here.

Governor Cuomo Signs New York Step Therapy Bill

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill changing the rules surrounding step therapy, a process by which insurers can require that certain drugs be tried first before approving a physician's prescription. The bill, which passed unanimously in the State Senate and Assembly, does not ban the use of step therapy but does provide rules governing how physicians may appeal an insurer’s decision and how long an insurer has to answer that appeal. To learn more, click here.

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