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The Campaign for the Mind of America is a multi-year effort on many fronts to promote investment in recovery and to prevent the abandonment of yet another generation of Americans with mental illnesses to neglect and hopelessness. The Campaign highlights the need to build a comprehensive, efficient system to screen, evaluate, diagnose and treat mental illnesses at every stage of life.

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Campaign Message Rings True in Kentucky
NAMI Kentucky, as part of it's Campaign for the Mind of America outreach, successfully introduced the unintended consequences of inadequate access to mental health services in a regional medical magazine.

The State of Mental Health Services in Kentucky
This report provides a snapshot of what is happening in Kentucky’s mental health system today. Included are data concerning what individuals with severe mental illnesses experience, as revealed in a NAMI survey last year.

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Matters of Fact - Kentucky
As part of the Campaign for the Mind of America we will offer you "Matters of Fact" for each state within the Campaign. These will outline core statistics relevant for that state.


NAMI Kentucky launches Campaign for the Mind of America
NAMI Kentucky launches Campaign for the Mind of America calling for access to system in Kentucky medicaid that supports recovery and economics.

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