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Mental Health

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New Hampshire provides funding for some outpatient and impatient mental health services. That funding increased after a 2014 lawsuit found that New Hampshire needed to do more to keep mental health patients out of hospitals and instead treat them in community care settings. However, advocates argue the state is not living up to its funding promises. Study up on the latest proposals to change how the state looks after mental health.

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