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Governor's office issues press release about BHDDH's participation in promoting "Get Covered Day".
There's a whole new way to get affordable health benefits
BHDDH launches new Employment First website
Tobacco signs required to be posted due to an amendment to RI General Laws 11-9-13 can be found here
Mental Health Center Building Dedicated
RI Prevention Resource Center November Update
Rally4Recovery Volunteer Training on Friday, August 23
Delaware Governor: Hiring More People with Disabilities is Good for the Bottom Line
President Obama proclaims May Mental Health Month
Deadline to Apply Extended to May 3, 2013 for Access for All Abilities Mini-Grants. Now soliciting applications for the 2013 grant cycle.
BHDDH Non-Emergency Hospital Diversion Report Submitted to the Governor's Office and the General Assembly.
Alternative to Sentencing and Trauma Recovery with a Priority to Military.
Patrick Kennedy to serve as Grand Marshall for the Worldwide Rally for Recovery! on September 21, 2013
The Alliance for Better Long Term Care Presents Director Stenning with the Mark A. Sjoberg Justice Award
Newport, Washington County Residents can Register for Federal Assistance
Director Stenning joined other government leaders, advocates and community members at the conference "Future Trends: Opportunities for Collaboration in the Developmental Disabilities Community" and participated in a panel discussion
Warwick Beacon article about a prescription monitoring workshop at the Rhode Island Student Assistance Services conference on youth drug trends
Director Stenning spoke at the kick-off for Rhode Island's Rally 4 Recovery which was held at the Department of Corrections. (watch video)
About the use of pain pills or other opioids and the dangers of accidental overdose.
December 2011 Issue of HUD New England Newsletter includes a story about Open Doors' ribbon-cutting ceremony
A non-profit organization in New York, serving the developmentally disabled is under scrutiny.
Mothers who've lost their children to drunk drivers are the focus of a new ad campaign for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (turnto10 video).
The FFY 2012 report on sales of tobacco products to children and youth (Synar Report) is now available for review.
The Federal Fiscal Year 2011 Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant application was submitted to SAMHSA and is available for review.
Jim Gillen, Director of Anchor Recovery Community Center, receives the 2011 Vernon Johnson Award.
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