Once they stopped looking at mental health as an isolated expense, they realized they were spending enormous sums of money and offering poor care.
Depression screenings were double in the year after Sandy and Post-traumatic stress disorder was up 8 percent for the 10 counties most impacted.
NAEH and Monarch Housing are asking advocates to sign a public statement calling for the resources and political will to end veteran homelessness. Can you join us?
The best way to cut the long-term costs associated with mental illness, is a cost offset, which would spend more money on directly treating it now.