• “In considering changes to Medicaid financing, it is critical that Congress continue to maintain a meaningful federal role in this partnership and does not shift costs to states,” - Governors Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) and Brian Sandoval (R-NV), who head the National Governors Association. These words are contained in  a recent letter, from the National Governor’s Association (NGA), with unanimous consent from every governor in the country to Congressional leadership, offering the views of the nation’s governors on revisions to the nation’s Medicaid program. The NGA letter can be found below and at:

  • The Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion invites you to join us on campus this summer in Philadelphia to discuss state-of-the-science research related to individuals with mental illnesses and community inclusion. Based on the popularity of our previous conferences, spaces fill up quickly! Reserve your space early: look for our 2017 Summer Institute registration announcement in February!

  • Center for Healthcare Research and Innovation’s report on healthcare innovation initiatives led by public system: In April 2016, the Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards’ Center for Healthcare Research and Innovation conducted a study of the healthcare integration initiatives led by Michigan’s Community Mental Health Services Programs, the state’s public Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans, and providers within the CMH system

  • “In considering changes to Medicaid financing, it is critical that Congress continue to maintain a meaningful federal role in this partnership and does not shift costs to states,” - Governors Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) and Brian Sandoval (R-NV), who head the National Governors Association. These words are contained in  a recent letter, from the National Governor’s Association (NGA), with unanimous consent from every governor in the country to Congressional leadership, offering the views of the nation’s governors on revisions to the nation’s Medicaid program. The NGA letter can be found below and at:

  • The Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion invites you to join us on campus this summer in Philadelphia to discuss state-of-the-science research related to individuals with mental illnesses and community inclusion. Based on the popularity of our previous conferences, spaces fill up quickly! Reserve your space early: look for our 2017 Summer Institute registration announcement in February!

  • Center for Healthcare Research and Innovation’s report on healthcare innovation initiatives led by public system: In April 2016, the Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards’ Center for Healthcare Research and Innovation conducted a study of the healthcare integration initiatives led by Michigan’s Community Mental Health Services Programs, the state’s public Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans, and providers within the CMH system

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