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  • Federal health care reform law holds hope for mental health services

    Three successive years of funding decrements for mental health agencies are having a devastating effect on services and staffing, and may make it difficult for the uninsured to find care, according to a report by Christopher Larrison, a professor in the School of Social Work.

    Three successive years of funding decrements for mental health agencies are having a devastating effect on services and staffing, and may make it difficult for the uninsured to find care, according to a report by Christopher Larrison, a professor in the School of Social Work.

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      Three successive years of funding decrements for mental health agencies are having a devastating effect on services and staffing, and may make it difficult for the uninsured to find care, according to a report by Christopher Larrison, a professor in the School of Social Work.

      Photo courtesy School of Social Work

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