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    Brain Health and Brain Fitness

    An issue brief released by the Kennedy Forum on Brain Health and Brain Fitness

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    Kennedy Forum - National Survey Key Finding Memo

    Key finding from our original survey on Mental Health conducted in January 2015

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    One Mind Institute's PsyberGuide

    PsyberGuide is a Kennedy Forum grant-supported consumer tools for managing mental health condition developed by the On Mind Institute

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    A Long road Ahead: Achieving True Parity in Mental Health and Substance Use Care

    This report conducted by NAMI to assess the experiences of people living with mental illness and their families with private health insurance

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    APA Parity Poster

    Federal law is clear that insurers can no longer discriminate against patients with mental illness, including substance use. But how many people know their rights?

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    A Primer on Key MHPAEA Provisions

    PDF Resource on the key provisions in the Parity Act

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    Filing an Appeal or Grievance

    PDF Resource on how to file an appeal or grievence

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    The Kennedy Forum YouTube Channel

    Videos from the Forum's Official YouTube Channel

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    Patrick Kennedy's 2014 NAMI Kenynote

    Patrick Kennedy's 2014 Keynote Speech from MANI's 2014 National Convention

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“We stand on the doorstep to make momentous progress in advancing the cause of this new civil rights struggle started by the work of President Kennedy over 50 years ago.”
— Patrick J. Kennedy
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