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Therapists Ride Regulatory Roller Coaster

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Therapists are riding a regulatory roller coaster at a time when Americans are struggling with trauma over the pandemic’s rising illnesses, deaths and financial stress. Some critics warn that the United States is on the verge of a mental health crisis.

Multnomah County Mental Health Program Again In Turmoil, With Staff Forced Out, Investigation Launched

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Early this year Multnomah County forced out four employees responsible for helping mentally ill people stay out of jail, after an internal investigation revealed that staff often failed to meet with clients, misused taxpayer money and created a toxic environment, with one person even running a bu

Politicians, Health Care Groups Support Psychiatric Hospital In Wilsonville

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Advocates of a long-stalled proposal to build a psychiatric hospital in Wilsonville have urged Gov. Kate Brown to let the project move forward, saying the extra beds are needed to meet an increased demand for mental health treatment during the coronavirus pandemic.

Walkout Jeopardizes Millions of Federal Dollars For Mental Health Care

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Oregon may have to exit a federal project that has expanded access to behavioral mental health services in mostly rural communities if the Republican walkout continues through the rest of the session.

Youth Share Ideas To Tackle Mental Health Issues Amid Fears of Medicaid Funding Cuts

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U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden is concerned that the Trump administration’s push to transform Medicaid into a system many fear would gut the safety net that helps youth with mental health needs.

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