By the editor on May 12, 2021
NATICK – The spending plan released by the Senate Ways & Means Committee proposes significant additional funding for services and programs for individuals with mental health and substance use conditions and reflects a marked commitment by the Senate to advancing access to critical behavioral health services.
Association of Behavioral Health, which represents 80 community-based providers across the Commonwealth, applauds these important investments by the Senate during this extraordinary year.
The spending plan reflects a great deal of thoughtful deliberation by Senate Ways & Means Committee Chair Michael Rodrigues and Senate President Karen Spilka, who have long championed programs that benefit individuals with mental health and substance use disorders.
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