POSTED BY FAITH MILLER ON FRI, MAY 3, 2019 AT 1:28 PM Colorado Springs Independent https://www.csindy.com/TheWire/archives/2019/05/03/may-is-mental-health-month
As Mental Health Month begins, some advocates are celebrating what they regard as recent successes — such as the April 29 passage of House Bill 1269, which strengthens enforcement of parity laws that require insurers to prioritize mental health care to the same extent they do physical health.Read More
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