June 25, 2019
June 25, 2019
June 5, 2019
CONTACT: Meghan Farrell, 508-423-5185
SENATE BILL 14 NEEDS STATE FUNDING TO BE IMPLEMENTED
CONCORD, N.H. – On Monday afternoon, Senate Bill 14, which dramatically improves our system of supports for Granite State children, was signed into law. However, the Senate has not yet passed a budget which fully funds the bill. In response, Becky Whitley, Policy Director of the NH Children's Behavioral Health Collaborative released the following statement:
Meghan Farrell, New Futures
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NH Children's Behavioral Health Collaborative Responds to Report Released by Governor Sununu's School Safety Preparedness Task Force
CONCORD, NH - The Governor’s School Safety Preparedness Task Force recently released a report outlining recommendations to ensure the safety and security of New Hampshire’s school children. In response, Becky Whitley, Policy Coordinator for the NH Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative issued the following statement.
CONCORD, N.H. – Earlier this week, New Hampshire-mother Bobbie Erskine was presented with the second annual Jennifer Wierwille Norton Memorial Award by the New Hampshire Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative (NHCBHC) for her use of her own story to make positive change for families struggling within the children’s behavioral health system.
CONCORD, NH – As New Hampshire’s next legislative session approaches, New Futures, a health and wellness advocacy organization, has hired Becky Whitely as their new Children’s Behavioral Health Policy Coordinator to work primarily to carry out the policy priorities of the Children Behavioral Health Collaborative’s po