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HealthCare.gov is OPEN: How to buy health insurance safely

November 1, 2019

On Nov. 1, HealthCare.gov started its annual enrollment period for health insurance. If you don’t have health care insurance or you just need to renew your plan, make time to review your health plan options before open enrollment ends on Dec. 15. Some health plans may deny coverage for pre-existing conditions or don’t cover mental more »

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Ask Your Senators to Make 988 a Reality

October 30, 2019

One call can save a life. But, when a person is in a mental health crisis and has to look-up or remember a 10-digit number, precious minutes can be lost. We need a readily accessible crisis response system as an essential component of our nation’s strategy for mental health intervention and suicide prevention. The National more »

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PA Suicide Prevention Task Force Listening & Engagement Sessions

October 24, 2019

On May 29, the Wolf Administration announced the creation of a statewide Suicide Prevention Task Force. The goal of this task force is to bring together state agencies with differing responsibilities and constituencies to inform a comprehensive, statewide suicide prevention plan. Suicide does not discriminate, and all ages, genders, regions, and socioeconomic statuses may be more »

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Suicide is Preventable. One Call Can Save a Life.

September 25, 2019

Too many lives are cut short by suicide. The national suicide crisis is affecting our friends, our families, and our communities. And tragically, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people ages 10-34. The National Suicide Hotline Designation Act, H.R. 4194, is a bipartisan bill that would create an easy-to-remember 3-digit number as more »

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NAMI’s Statement Regarding President Trump’s Comments on Reinstitutionalizing People with Mental Illness

August 16, 2019

8/16/2019 Yesterday, President Trump revisited his statements about reopening mental “institutions” and perpetuated false stereotypes. Two weeks ago, the president also called people with mental illness “monsters.” In response, National Alliance on Mental Illness Acting CEO Angela Kimball released the following statement: “The president should be talking about better care and earlier access to intensive more »

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