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North Carolina has traditionally done a good job taking care of the mental health of its citizens. Together, we can fix this mess. Let us know what needs to be done to give North Carolinians what we all deserve - a decent mental health system that works. Please contact us.

  • Fixing 'reform' - News and Observer - March 6, 2008


  • NCPA Public Safety Net Clinic Proposal - North Carolina Psychiatric Association - February 13, 2008


  • Jail Diversion Programs: A step toward better mental health reform - John Locke Foundation - February 26, 2008


  • Outside help, inside work - Reorganization, transparency for N.C. public mental health services by N.C. Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary Dempsey Benton - Charlotte Observer - January 21, 2008


  • Better Mental Health Through Less State Control by Joseph Coletti - Carolina Journal - December 14, 2007


  • Renewing access to psychiatric care by Marvin Swartz and T. Scott Stroup - News and Observer - October 1, 2007


  • Put people-centered principles to work by Harold Carmel and John Gilmore - News and Observer - September 7, 2007


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