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When Your Problem is My Problem, Too: A Timely Flashback to the Road to Mental Health Parity

“I shouldn’t be forced to pay for your health problems and your family’s health problems” While many opponents perceive that the current health bills are popular among Conservative Republicans mainly because it paves the way for a huge tax benefits

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Posted in Affordable Care Act, mental health, Parity

Our New Health Policy in 140 Characters or Less

I was listening to a radio talk show early Friday morning after the Republican House and President celebrated the rapid passage of their version of repeal of the ACA. While the radio hosts missed the irony, the program cut to

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Posted in Affordable Care Act, health, mental health, Politics, wellness

King v. Parity

This blog post appeared last week on the National Council for Behavioral Health website and was written by NCBH President and CEO Linda Rosenberg.  While the Supreme Court ultimately upheld Affordable Care Act subsidies, Linda’s message is still very relevant

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Posted in Affordable Care Act, Parity

Cultivating Courage in the New Year

Each year, my family has a tradition of writing down and sealing resolutions for the coming year and reading our prior year’s resolutions to evaluate the progress we have made. As it is for most people, these resolutions most often

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