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 Dealing with the news of yet another mass shooting recently, my thoughts traveled to the medical costs of gun violence in the U.S.  The families of many of the victims are presented with large medical bills at a time of shock and grief.  Their su

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The Behavioral Health Board learned about an ongoing Family Education and Support Group offered by the Department of Behavioral Health.  The monthly group is open to any family members in the community who are interested in better understanding th

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This is a busy session, with a number of important bills at critical junctures as we approach crossover day.

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Medicaid reimbursements, community alternatives to nursing home care, professional development for staff, and changes to state licensing requirements

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Medical care for all; referral system for local medical services, clinic with sliding scale; and health education in schools and community.

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The League of Women Voters of Connecticut supports comprehensive, community-based mental health systems for children and adults.
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The Behavioral Health Board began its new year with the sharing of stories by board members about their experiences related to Substance Use Disorders (SUD).  There had been some concern from community members about the board’s commitment to SUD p

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Improved Access to Health Care

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