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Behavioral Health in an Era of Health Reform: Challenges, Opportunities and the Need for Block Grant Redesign

Behavioral Health in an Era of Health Reform: Challenges, Opportunities and the Need for Block Grant Redesign

Presentation by Administrator Hyde, SAMHSA National Block Grant Conference, June 30, 2011 (Slides)

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Describes the challenges and opportunities in behavioral health resulting from the new health care reform. Discusses budget constraints and considers new approaches and goals for block grants to enhance recovery, resilience, and community integration.



Pub id: SMA11-PHYDE063011
Publication Date: 6/2011
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Format: Presentation
Audience: HHS Staff, Grant Seekers & Grantees
Series: Administrator Pam Hyde's Presentations
Population Group: People with Mental Health Problems as Population Group, People with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group, People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group

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