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Effort launched at start of Mental Health Awareness Month

CONCORD, N.H. —

Experts, advocates and leaders in the crusade to battle the stigma of mental illness brought their message Wednesday to the State House steps for the kickoff of Mental Health Awareness Month.

 

The N.H. House passed a balanced state budget on April 11, and we are happy to report that this spending plan has the right priorities. The House’s state budget bill makes critical investments in New Hampshire’s children and ensures they have the essentials they need to thrive.

The New Hampshire Division for Children Youth and Families advisory board is putting its weight behind a proposal to add dozens of new positions at the agen

When Grace Griffin was growing up in Rye, a looming presentation in front of her class could send her into a panic attack.

Advocates for elderly services, public education, legal assistance and a variety of other causes made their case for state funding on Monday as the House Finance Committee hosted a public hearing on the state budget for fiscal years 2020-21.

Many came sporting colors for their cause, filling almost every spot in the 400-seat Representatives Hall.

Parents and people with disabilities joined students and survivors of domestic violence Monday in urging New Hampshire House budget writers to support programs that have helped them.

The New Hampshire Senate has approved a bill aimed at strengthening the state’s comprehensive system of care for children with mental health problems.

The Senate unanimously passed a bill Thursday that would mandate significant improvements to the state’s child welfare system, which legislators described as recovering from a state of disrepair.

The New Hampshire Senate gave preliminary approval Thursday to a batch of bills addressing safety and mental health in schools.