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Inauguration Weekend, Support is Available 24/7

Mental Health Association of New York City (MHA-NYC), which administers the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, understands that some may experience anxiety or stress as Inauguration Day arrives. This is not a reflection of party affiliation or politics. Change can bring stress. If you or someone you know is struggling, please know that you are not alone. For all our resource, please click here.

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A National Mental Health Advocacy Agenda

MHA-NYC's President, Kim Williams, presents a national mental health advocacy agenda. Given the threats to the current, inadequate mental health system, it's time for unified action by all mental health advocates—action both to prevent erosion and to press for progress. Read the full article here.

Mental health groups plead with Congress to preserve Medicaid expansion and funding

Join health care advocates from across the country as we take a stand to help save the Affordable Care Act and the Medicaid program. Call (866) 426-2631 at any time to be directed to your local member of Congress, and encourage others to do the same. Let's send Congress a simple message: "Don't repeal the ACA and do not cut Medicaid and Medicare." Learn more here.

A gun registry that could prevent suicide

People at risk for suicide should have the option to make it more difficult for themselves to buy a gun during a suicidal crisis. What if we allowed people to put their own names into the existing federal background check system and thereby prevent themselves from buying a gun from a licensed dealer? Read the full article here.

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