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“Pete Earley: Congress must monitor mental health care changes”

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This November 3, 2014 article on The Morning Call website, talks about the need for Congress to monitor changes in the mental health system to ensure that changes made are done in the way they were intended to be done.

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“Disability, mental health providers rally in Harrisburg for more funding”

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This June 17, 2014 WGAL 8 NBC News article talks about a rally held in Harrisburg by members of the disability and mental health communities of Pennsylvania in trying to prevent funding from being further cut in the coming Pennsylvania state budget.

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“Corbett’s budget leaves question about mentally ill patients”

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This article appears on the Public Opinion Online website, but I didn’t see a date, so I’m not sure when it was published exactly, just that it came up in results in a search I did for articles in the past week (circa February 9, 2013).  The article discusses Corbett’s human service funding and the potential impact it may have.

“State budget: County officials say proposed human services funding better this year”

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This February 8, 2012 article found on the ydr.com website out of York County, PA, talks about Gov. Corbett’s proposed budget for human services.

“Human Service Funding Stays Even”

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This February 6, 2013 article on the wjactv.com website talks about the current budget for human services in Pennsylvania.

 

“Corbett’s 2013-14 Budget: Helping Pennsylvanians In Need”

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This February 6, 2013 article on the GantDaily.com website talks about Corbett’s budget proposal for this year, but specifically the human services aspect of things.

“Changes in Pa. policy worry advocates for those in need”

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This September 11, 2012 article on the NewsWorks website talks about the block grant that 20 counties will receive as part of a pilot program to see if that type of budget works or not in Pennsylvania for human services.  The article also raises concerns for those who had been in the former General Assistance program.

SVG of Pennsylvania state seal

SVG of Pennsylvania state seal (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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