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Policy Recommendations to Address Housing Shortages for People with Severe Mental Illness

June 24, 2021

Systemic, Racial Justice–Informed Solutions to Shift “Care” From the Criminal Legal System to the Mental Health Care System

COVID-19, Structural Racism, and Mental Health Inequities: Policy Implications for an Emerging Syndemic

Enhancing the Capacity of the Mental Health and Addiction Workforce: A Framework

Housing Is Mental Health Care: A Call for Medicaid Demonstration Waivers Covering Housing

Preventing Risk and Promoting Young Children’s Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Health in State Mental Health System

Growing Peer Support: Specialized Servicesat a Time of Crisis

New Opportunities to Improve Mental Health Crisis Systems

Preventing Suicide Through Better Firearm Safety Policy in the United States

September 18, 2020

Informed Consent: A Policy Prescription for Communicating Benefit and Risk in State Medical Marijuana Programs

Integrating Mental Health and Addiction Treatment in General Medical Care: The Role of Policy

Policy and Practice Innovations to Improve Prescribing of Psychoactive Medications for Children

Meeting The Needs of Justice-Involved People With Serious Mental Illness Within Community Behavioral Health Systems

Youth Suicide Is Increasing: Modest Actions Taken Now Can Save Lives

August 2, 2019

Redesigning Federal Health Insurance Policies to Promote Children’s Mental Health

Employing People with Mental Illness in the 21st Century: Labor Market Changes and Policy Challenges

Medicaid’s Institutions for Mental Diseases (IMD) Exclusion Rule: A Policy Debate

Bringing Treatment Parity to Jail Inmates with Schizophrenia

America’s Opioid Epidemic

November 27, 2017

Coordinated Specialty Care for First-Episode Psychosis

Behavioral Health and the Individual Health Insurance Market: Preserving Key Elements of Reform

The Current Medicaid Policy Debate and Implications for Behavioral Healthcare in the United States

Suicide Is a Significant Health Problem

Improving Outcomes for People with Serious Mental Illness and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders in Contact with the Criminal Justice System

Fentanyl and the Evolving Opioid Epidemic: What Strategies Should Policymakers Consider?

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