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H.R. 751: Mental Health in Schools Act of 2011

Summary: To amend the Public Health Service Act to revise and extend projects relating to children and violence to provide access to school-based comprehensive mental health programs. (More Info)

H.R. 751 was introduced in the 112th Congress, which has adjourned. It has not yet been reintroduced.

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Endorsing Organizations

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 119,893 Facebook fans 18,206 Twitter followers

H.R. 751 would establish a grants program within SAMHSA to provide funds to eligible local educational agency/local mental health organizations partnering to provide comprehensive school mental health programs.

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American Nurses Association 121,440 Facebook fans 5,857 Twitter followers

February 9, 2011

Dear Representative Napolitano:

The undersigned organizations applaud your re-introduction of the Mental Health in Schools Act of 2011 and pledge our strong support to enact this initiative. We share your vision for expanding the availability of comprehensive school-based mental health services for students in communities across America. Undoubtedly, healthier students learn and perform better and a key component of academic success is addressing the mental health of our nation’s children and adolescents.

According to a 2009 Institute of Medicine report on mental health prevention and promotion, 50 percent of individuals with a mental health diagnosis first ...

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American Psychological Association 118,195 Facebook fans

February 9, 2011

Dear Representative Napolitano:

The undersigned organizations applaud your re-introduction of the Mental Health in Schools Act of 2011 and pledge our strong support to enact this initiative. We share your vision for expanding the availability of comprehensive school-based mental health services for students in communities across America. Undoubtedly, healthier students learn and perform better and a key component of academic success is addressing the mental health of our nation’s children and adolescents.

According to a 2009 Institute of Medicine report on mental health prevention and promotion, 50 percent of individuals with a mental health diagnosis first ...

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American Psychiatric Association 32,051 Facebook fans 15,329 Twitter followers

February 9, 2011

Dear Representative Napolitano:

The undersigned organizations applaud your re-introduction of the Mental Health in Schools Act of 2011 and pledge our strong support to enact this initiative. We share your vision for expanding the availability of comprehensive school-based mental health services for students in communities across America. Undoubtedly, healthier students learn and perform better and a key component of academic success is addressing the mental health of our nation’s children and adolescents.

According to a 2009 Institute of Medicine report on mental health prevention and promotion, 50 percent of individuals with a mental health diagnosis first ...

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Tourette Syndrome Association 14,609 Facebook fans

February 9, 2011

Dear Representative Napolitano:

The undersigned organizations applaud your re-introduction of the Mental Health in Schools Act of 2011 and pledge our strong support to enact this initiative. We share your vision for expanding the availability of comprehensive school-based mental health services for students in communities across America. Undoubtedly, healthier students learn and perform better and a key component of academic success is addressing the mental health of our nation’s children and adolescents.

According to a 2009 Institute of Medicine report on mental health prevention and promotion, 50 percent of individuals with a mental health diagnosis first ...

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Children of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance 10,237 Facebook fans 323 Twitter followers

To amend the Public Health Service Act to revise and extend projects relating to children and violence to provide access to school-based comprehensive mental health programs

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Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law 1,045 Facebook fans 987 Twitter followers

February 9, 2011

Dear Representative Napolitano:

The undersigned organizations applaud your re-introduction of the Mental Health in Schools Act of 2011 and pledge our strong support to enact this initiative. We share your vision for expanding the availability of comprehensive school-based mental health services for students in communities across America. Undoubtedly, healthier students learn and perform better and a key component of academic success is addressing the mental health of our nation’s children and adolescents.

According to a 2009 Institute of Medicine report on mental health prevention and promotion, 50 percent of individuals with a mental health diagnosis first ...

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* This organization’s position on this bill was entered by POPVOX.