Tackling Unfinished Business and Taking on Current Challenges: Putting Biden’s Mental Health Proposals in Context
An analysis of the Biden administrations plan to address mental health.
Building a Sustainable Behavioral Health Crisis Continuum
An overview of new federal policies that are being implemented, their potential impact and implementation challenges, and considerations about whether additional federal policy actions are necessary to strengthen the ability of states and localities to establish behavioral health crisis services that reflect best practices to meet community needs.
The Kids Are Not All Right: The Urgent Need to Expand Effective Behavioral Health Services for Children and Youth
The pandemic has created additional financial stress, loss of loved ones, and educational and social disruptions for many children. For the more than 12 million US children who live in families with incomes below the poverty line, there are additional pressures that can reduce health and well-being, including homelessness and food insecurity.