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Below you will find press releases issued by the department and news articles about ADMH or related to mental health. View Press Archives »

Press Releases: News Articles:

13th Annual “ADMH Harley Ride” to Make Christmas Special for Youth at ADMH’s Psychiatric Adolescent Unit at EAMC 

Staff Reassignments in the Commissioner's Office 

03/2017 — Battle over who pays for autism care at impasse, worrying families

APR — Letting States Decide Health Coverage Could Make It Harder To Buy

Tallassee Tribune — Child Find program seeks students with disabilities

West Alabama Watchman — WAMHC to offer Adult Mental Health First Aid Training — Supreme Court sets higher bar for education of students with disabilities

Shoals Insider — Counselor’s Corner: How Do I Help My Loved One with an Addiction?

Crimson White — UA Does not adequately support students with mental illnesses

WSFA — 'No Grey Area' campaign targets underage drinking in Dallas County

WLTZ — Governor Bentley, Legislators in Washington Ahead of Expected Vote on Health Care Bill

News Courier — Mental health center extends hours

Decatur Daily — Activity center a place for learning and fun

Montgomery Advertiser — Big item in Alabama General Fund budget: Uncertainty — Alabama lawmakers and lobbyists clash over care for autistic children

Dothan First — Alabama School Security and Student Safety Task Force Issues Report

Associated Press — Lawmakers review bill to require autism coverage in Alabama

WBHM — Are Alabama Prisoners Getting the Mental Health Care They Need?

Crimson White — Bryce Uncovered: A look at the asylum's short-lived newspaper

Montgomery Advertiser — Alzheimer's 'First Responders' bill gains support

Montgomery Advertiser — House General Fund budget level funds most state agencies

WSFA — Editorial: The governor’s prison bill vs. common sense

Alabama News Network — Raising Awareness for Autism

Decatur Daily — Bill would require autism therapy coverage

Southeast Sun — Expo offers students transitional guidance

WBMA — College students start campaign to raise awareness about mental health

Decatur Daily — Group pulls out of RCOs, some lawmakers skeptical about future

WSFA — Depression among college students is a growing concern

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