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Trump calls for mental health reform after shootings — but his policies threaten coverage
Posted on Aug 06 2019
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In response to the president’s remarks, the National Alliance on Mental Illness said the statements were “contrary and only serve to perpetuate stigma and distract from the real issues.” “In the U.S., it is easier to get a gun than it is to get mental health care,” Acting CEO Angela Kimball said in a statement. “We need to flip the script. It should be easy—not hard—for people to get the mental health care they need.”