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Press Archives for November 2011
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Below you will find news articles about ADMH or related to mental health and Press Releases issued by the department.

News Articles: Press Releases:

Huntsville Times— "Our Place celebrating 10 years as a Huntsville respite for those with mental illness" 

Press-Register— "Hundreds raise concerns about mental health funding during meeting" 

WBRC Fox 6— "State delays closing Partlow Developmental Center" 

WTVY CBS 4— "Ala.’s Partlow Center Staying Open Past Nov. 30" 

Tuscaloosa News— "Department of Mental Health delays Partlow closing" 

Birmingham Business Journal— "Partlow closing delayed by Mental Health Dept."  *Reprint— "Partlow closing postponed by Alabama Department of Mental Health"  *Reprint

Birmingham Business Journal— "Bryce may become cultural arts center" 

Tuscaloosa News— "UA’s master plan updated with Bryce repurposing" 

Press-Register— "Alabama mental health topic of town hall meeting in Mobile" 

Gadsden Times— "DANA BEYERLE: APPROVED (page 2 of article)" 

Times Journal— "Help for those still scarred by tornadoes" 

Crimson White— "Project Rebound helps tornado victims" 

WSFA NBC 12— "Smokers urged to quit for Great American Smokeout" 

Tuscaloosa News— "LETTER: Wyatt case has helped states’ mentally ill" 

Crimson White— "UA releases new campus master plan" 

Press-Register— "Former client becomes director of Daphne drug treatment center"

WBMA ABC 33/40— "Camp Alabama Storm 11.12.11" 

Birmingham News— "Camp Alabama Storm provides refuge for children impacted on April 27th" 

Tuscaloosa News— "LETTER: Alabama needs more mental hospitals" 

WNCF ABC 32— "AL. Dept. of Mental Health to Hold Meet and Greet Events Across State" 

Tuscaloosa News— "Memorial planned for Wednesday for Bryce suit plaintiff" 

Press Register— "Mobilian fights for the disabled, says zoning effort could spread discrimination" 

Tuscaloosa News— "Northport tables group home distance change" 

Tuscaloosa News— "LETTER: Ricky Wyatt remains a role model" 

Gadsden Times— "Wyatt case changed mental illness care" 

Times Daily— "Quality mental health care" 

Montgomery Advertiser— "Operation Santa Claus set to deliver smiles" 

Press Register— "Students with disabilities touch, draw marine life" 

New York Times— "Ricky Wyatt, 57, Dies; Plaintiff in Landmark Mental Care Suit" 

Associated Press— "Alabama man whose case led to landmark changes in US mental health care dies at 57" 

Seattle Post Intelligencer— "Ala. man whose case changed mental care dies at 57" *Reprint

Montgomery Advertiser— "Alabama man whose case changed mental health care dies" 

WALA Fox 10— "PTSD treatment discussed at conference" 

WBRC Fox 6— "Charley Pell Classic tees off Nov. 4" 

Tuscaloosa News— "Tuscaloosa man whose case changed mental health care in U.S. has died"— "Ricky Wyatt, man whose lawsuit brought reforms to mental health system, dies at 57" *Reprint

Tuscaloosa News— "Charley Pell Classic is Friday" 

Gadsden Times— "Wyatt, namesake of mental health suit, dies" 

WKRG CBS 5— "PTSD Conference in Mobile Thursday & Friday" 

WBMA ABC 33/40— "Operation Santa Claus: Helping adults with mental illness" 

Tuscaloosa News— "Montgomery judge dismisses Partlow lawsuit"  *Update

Montgomery Advertiser— "Theater offers sensory-friendly screening for kids with autism, ADD, ADHD" 

ADMH Encourages Service Populations to Kick Habit During Great American Smokeout 

ADMH’s Director of Prevention Services Appointed to Regional Position with Federal Behavioral Health Agency 

Free Event Offers Emotional Healing & Fun Weekend for Children Affected by the April Tornadoes 

Timely Conference Addressing PTSD Will Be Held in Mobile This Thursday and Friday 

State & Local Chairpersons to Kick-Off Operation Santa Claus 

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