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Thresholds Supports Alternative Budget Proposed By Illinois General Assembly

THRESHOLDS SUPPORTS THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE BUDGET Alternative budget protects vital services but needs revenue solution to work Chicago, IL – This week, the Illinois General Assembly put forth an alternative budget to Governor Rauner’s proposed budget that supports…
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The Affordable Care Act Will NOT Fill the Gap Left By the Mental Health Cuts in Governor Rauner’s Proposed Budget

Fact Check: The Affordable Care Act Will NOT Fill the Gap Left By the Mental Health Cuts in Governor Rauner’s Proposed Budget In recent weeks, representatives of Governor Rauner’s administration have said that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will fill…
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Young Adult Program Sets Members Up for Success: David’s Story

Young Adult Program Sets Members Up for Success: David’s Story Governor Rauner’s proposed budget would eliminate DCFS services for 18-21 year olds – a population at an important juncture in their lives. Called the “transition cliff”, research shows that intensive…
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Thresholds, Mental Health Advocates Laud Passage of The Custody Relinquishment Prevention Act

If enacted, parents will no longer need to give up custody of children in order to get them State-sponsored mental health services FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 22, 2014 Chicago – Illinois’ leading provider of mental health services today hailed the…
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Thresholds Response to Governor Quinn’s State of the State Address

Chicago, IL – If Governor Quinn’s State of the State address had a theme, it was opportunity. Positing that we have now “stopped the bleeding” with pension reform, he called for investments in our foundation – our physical infrastructure, our youngest children,…
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