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Engaging Urban Families in Child Mental Health Care

To watch this presentation for continuing education credit and to download handouts, please visit www.effectivechildtherapy.fiu.edu. In this overview, Dr. Mary McKay describes the challenges…
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Fiscal and Policy Analyst Aaron Edwards discusses the LAO report “The 2013-14 Budget: Maximizing Federal Reimbursement for Parolee Mental Health Care.” Histo…
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Liza Long, whose mentally ill son first went into the juvenile justice system at age 11, was among parents who appeared at a Congressional hearing to plead for changes in a system that forces them to struggle with police and health care providers to get help.Liza Long, whose mentally ill son first went into the juvenile justice system at age 11, was among parents who appeared at a Congressional hearing to plead for changes in a system that forces them to struggle with police and health care providers to get help.


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Classic NGO & Governmental Mental Health Treatments Programs Films DVD: 1950′s – 1960′s Mental Illness Disorders & US Government & NGOs Health Care Films

Classic NGO & Governmental Mental Health Treatments Programs Films DVD: 1950's - 1960's Mental Illness Disorders & US Government & NGOs Health Care Films

  • Table Of Contents:
  • (1) Booked for Safekeeping (1960) – 32 Minutes
  • (2) The Inner City (1958) – 10 Minutes

This compilation features films about the treatment of the mentally ill by government and not for profit organizations in the 1950s and 1960s. Table Of Contents: (1) Booked for Safekeeping (1960) – This police training film shows the proper way for the authorities to work with mentally handicapped people. The film details various mental illnesses and how to prepare the mentally disabled for treatment. This film also stresses the importance of learning patient’s backgrounds and having constant medical attention available. George C. Stoney directed this amazing documentary which was filmed in New Orleans – 32 Minutes (2) The Inner City (1958) – This heart wrenching charity film shows how the United Fund cares for handicapped and orphaned children. It presents their stories in a very emotional and touching way, including footage of blind children in cages and other affecting images. This is a great historical look at charitable video in the 1950s – 10 Minutes

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What will be the effect of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on people with mental health issues? How will implementation choices being made now by Illinois policymakers affect this population’s access to affordable comprehensive health insurance in the future? This webinar, held on Wednesday, September 28, 2011, reviewed past, present, and future changes to private insurance, Medicaid, and the new health insurance exchange marketplace that affect people with mental health issues. Panelists included: John Bouman President, Shriver Center Stephanie Altman Programs & Policy Director, Health & Disability Advocates Alexander Brown, MBA, PhD, LCSW Clinical Director, Metropolitan Family Services.

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Virginia Privatizing Mental Health Facility For Sexual Offenders

“Virginia is in the final stages of reviewing proposals that would privatize a mental health treatment facility for sex offenders who can be held indefinitely under state law, according to state officials and a private prison company seeking a contract to operate the institution.” Read more: www.huffingtonpost.com Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian this latest round of private corporations buying our government. Do you think Virginia should turn over this mental health institution to a private company, tell us in the comment section below. Help us fight money in politics at www.wolf-pac.com Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http Like Us on Facebook: www.fb.com Follow Us on Twitter: twitter.com Find out how to watch The Young Turks on Current by clicking here: www.current.com
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Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) January 12, 2010

Find-a-Therapist, Inc., the leading provider of Web-based practice solutions for mental health professionals, announced today they have launched their latest Directory of Health Professionals (http://www.FindHealthPros.com) providing services including Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Chiropractic, Dentistry, Homeopathy, Massage Therapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, and Physical Therapy!

With a network of over 50 mental health related Websites and a database of over 18,000 providers, FindHealthPros.com, is a natural complement to their existing directories. Find-a-Therapist, Inc. has already had hundreds of providers add their practice information to the site since the recent launch. The personalized profiles in the directory include a photo gallery, specific services available, accreditation, licensing, office hours, contact information and online scheduling directly through their profile will be available soon.

“FindHealthPros.com adds the missing piece of the puzzle in meeting their healthcare needs.” stated Judy Gifford, President and CEO of Find-a-Therapist, Inc. “Consumers have embraced the Web and have become much more sophisticated in finding information online about possible treatments, providers and other available resources. ”

Find-a-Therapist, Inc. offers services that include Internet-based billing and practice management software for mental health professionals on their main site, http://www.Find-a-Therapist.com. These state of the art tools offer greatly increased efficiency and low cost to our providers and we will continue to give them the solutions they require. “These tools are intended to boost our members’ business growth and keep up with the demands of our clients and the demands of our profession. Technology need not be an added burden,” said Gifford.

About Find-a-Therapist, Inc:

Headquartered in Mesa (Phoenix) AZ, founded in 1996, Find-a-Therapist, Inc. provides the mental health care industry with over 50 online professional Directories, a Treatment Programs Directory, and a HIPAA compliant, Web-based Medical Billing and Practice Management Software program that has the speed of a local PC application and the “use anywhere,” 24/7 flexibility of a Web browser application. Find-a-Therapist, Inc. offers providers and billing services the opportunity to become more efficient and profitable.

Recognized by Microsoft’s bCentral as a business Success Story, http://www.Find-a-Therapist.com today serves as a major round-the-clock resource site for clients, professionals and organizations and is also a provider of online mental health care services to employee groups as well as individuals.

For more information, visit: http://www.FindHealthPros.com or call Kristy Wapniarski at 866.986.0001 Ext. 1.

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