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Mental Health in the News

Here’s how some therapists are tackling structural racism in their practice 11-25-22

Auburn professor conducts research on mental health in prisons 11-23-22

‘Stop Judging; Start Healing’ summit to alter language around substance use disorder 11-22-22

Alabama council makes plans to spend millions from opioid settlements 11-17-22

Perry County Prison to house its first group of parolees by end of the month, official

says 11-11-22

New mental health Crisis Care Center set to open in Jefferson County next month 11-10-22

Montgomery police work with area providers to help those in mental health crises 11-1-22

Alabama will get nearly $300 million in opioid settlements. How will we spend it? 10-26-22

Group bridging gaps in mental healthcare in Mobile, Baldwin Counties 10-25-22

Military suicide rate drops as mental health programs are pushed by leaders 10-22-22

U.S. health officials recommend children get screened for anxiety 10-21-22

Governor awards over $19 million to improve Alabama communities; Elba and New Brockton each to receive funds 10-21-22

Alabama elected officials, candidates sign pledge to advance mental health policy 10-19-22

New facility responds to mental health emergencies 10-19-22

Involuntary commitment law changes get final passage 3-18-2022

AL House approves two new facilities for the Wiregrass in budget 3-16-22

$12 million drug lag, mental health center coming to Dothan 3-16-22

Alabama House passes General Fund Budget, includes increased mental health funding 3-15-22

Alabama Is Steps Away From Making Gender-Affirming Care a Felony 3-15-22


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