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NAMI Advocate e-newsletter, March 2010
In this issue: State Budgets: Soldiers Fight the Battle of Stigma, State Mental Health Cuts Continue: Take Action Today, BringChange2Mind and NAMIWalks, The Federal Parity Law's New Regulations, NAMI Bookshelf and more... Read this issue online.

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Save Mental Healthcare

State Mental Health Cuts Continue: Take Action

State budget cuts continue to jeopardize mental health systems across the country and NAMI advocates are fighting to preserve and strengthen mental health care in every state.
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NAMI Walks in Iraq

Soldiers Fight the Battle of Stigma

SPC Bell, his platoon and other soldiers in Iraq will be running to support NAMI on April 17, the same day NAMI San Diego is holding its NAMIWalk.
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The Federal Parity Law's New Regulations

The new law bars health plans from imposing durational treatment limits or financial limitations that do not also apply to medical-surgical coverage.
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Bring Change 2 Mind

BringChange2Mind and NAMIWalks

What do NAMIWalks and the award-winning actress Glenn Close have in common? Today, both work diligently to combat stigma and both are engaged in NAMIWalks.
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NAMI Bookshelf

NAMI Bookshelf

This month: We've Got Issues: Children and Parents in the Age of Medication, Acing Depression: A Tennis Champion's Toughest Match and The Boy Who Loved Tornadoes.
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March 2010
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