Associated Billing Center, LLC is a supporter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). The following is their message concerning this upcoming election:
“For decades mental health advocates have shaped laws, increased funding and promoted research to address the inequities and injustices facing people with mental illness in our country.
We’ve made progress, but we still have further to go. Mental health advocates have an opportunity in 2018 to help identify and elect more mental health champions into office who understand mental health issues and are committed to funding the services and support that people with mental illness need to get better and stay better.
From District Attorneys to county officials to Governors and members of Congress, every elected official plays a role in determining what services and supports are available to people with mental illness.
There are many issues that mental health advocates care about. Most fall into three main categories:
Our Note: It is our fervent hope that on November 6th “We the People” will exercise our constitutional right to voice an opinion.
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