WSFA NBC 12— "May is National Mental Health Month"
Tuscaloosa News— "Disasters can have
long-term mental impact"
Joplin Globe— "One-year tornado anniversary hits some
Alabama residents harder than they imagined"
AL.com— "UA students learn coping skills,
storm preparedness in year following
Times Daily— "The power of coping as a community"
Birmingham News— "Alabama tornadoes: As many scrambled to get back to normal,
counseling wasn’t always on ‘to do’ list"
Tuscaloosa News— "UA group sees increase in counseling requests a year after
Press Register— "Mobile doctor Sandra Parker credits her staff for
disaster relief award"
Gadsden Times— "Medicaid funding to CED stopped until
billing allegation can be examined"
News Courier— "Project Rebound available for tornado victims"
Birmingham News— "ONE YEAR LATER: Recovery continues but
pain lingers from
Alabama’s April 27 tornadoes"
WIAT CBS 42— "Project Rebound"
Tuscaloosa News— "Mentally ill crowding jails, officials say"
WPMI NBC Local 15— "ADMH Plans to Appeal Bentley Decision"
Crimson White— "Bentley outlines plans for Bryce"
Crimson White— "Monologues fight stigma of depression, mental illness"
Press Register— "Mobile judge denies release of Jeremy Bentley from
state mental hospital"
Daily Home— "Sylacaugans gather for “Real Talk in the Park”"
WSFA NBC 12— "Mental illness tied to higher rates of physical problems"
Montgomery Advertiser— "Autism cases on the rise"
Cullman Times— "Leave mental health care facilities intact"
WALA Fox 10— "Searcy closing worries residents"
WPMI NBC Local 15— "Mt. Vernon bracing for Searcy Hospital closure"
Press-Register— "Mount Vernon mayor: losing 350 jobs to
Searcy Hospital closing will be devastating"
Anniston Star— "Mental health plan revised"
Times Daily— "State not closing regional hospital"
WALA Fox 10— "Bentley to announce mental health plans"
WBRC Fox 6— "Construction of new Bryce hospital will resume" *Re-Air
WVTM NBC 13— "Alabama will have a state-run hospital for the mentally ill in
Montgomery Advertiser— "Construction to resume on
new Bryce Hospital"
Gadsden Times— "Bentley unveils new mental health plan"
Birmingham News— "All but two Alabama mental hospitals to remain open"
Times Daily— "Bentley: North Alabama Regional Hospital to stay open"
Tuscaloosa News— "Bentley announces new plans for
state mental health system"
Tuscaloosa News— "Bentley to announce new mental health plans Friday"
Montgomery Advertiser— "Proposed General Fund budget includes
Decatur Daily— "Preliminary plan to keep regional hospital open"
Press-Register— "New psychiatric hospital, Eastpointe, should open by summer in
Press-Register— "Mobile hospitals disagree on how to split more than
Birmingham Business Journal— "Mobile hospitals at odds over
for indigent care" *Reprint
Herald News Media— "April is National Autism Awareness Month"
Birmingham News— "Alabama government: Massive cuts coming to
ADMH and Partners to Celebrate Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week
Art Exhibition and Education are Highlights of
ADMH’s Promotion of National Mental Health Month
ADMH Wants to Remind Alabamians about Project Rebound as State Approaches One-Year Anniversary of
Deadly Tornado Outbreak
Camp Alabama Storm Art Line Project Expresses Feeling of Gratitude of
Alabama Children Affected by the 2011 Tornadoes
ADMH Encourages People to Get the Facts During National Alcohol Awareness Month
April is National Autism Awareness Month
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