Health Care

Health Care

Position

The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports comprehensive, flexible and effective mental health legislation and programs for adults and children needing preventive help, maintenance, treatment and rehabilitation.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports a health care delivery system for all South Coast residents adequately financed by private or public funds.
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Prior to its October meeting the Behavioral Health Board (BHB) held a public hearing on the annual update to the Mental Health Services Act.  The Act imposes a 1% income tax on personal income in excess of $1 million to be used for mental health s

Position

The League of Women Voters of the Eden Area supports the availability of comprehensive behavioral health care, which includes both mental health and substance use disorder, for all residents of Alameda County regardless of their ability to pay for those services in order to foster the well-being of residents individually and the community in general.

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The League believes that everyone should have access to health care, including care for mental illness and substance use disorders. 

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Position

Support of accessible health care programs throughout the state. Support of adequate funding for mental health care with emphasis on adequate and community support programs.

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THE VOTER: FEBRUARY 2012

Press Release

Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles will host two free regional meetings in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley on the Affordable Care Act: What's Happening Now to California's Health Care System? The events will feature special guest speakers from Insure the Uninsured Project. Together we will examine the changes occurring in health care, including how to access the Exchange-Covered California.

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