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Los Angeles County Clients Coalition
Los Angeles County Clients Coalition is a fellowship of current and former metal health Consumers, Clients, and Survivors who, together with DMH, are actively involved in promoting positive changes in mental health services delivery as outlined in California's Mental Health Services Act.
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Interviewing Elyn Saks, JD. by: Alysa Solomon > > > > >
Alysa Solomon
See Alysa Solomon interviews Elyn Saks, JD.
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American Medical Student Association recently graded med schools on their interactions with drugmakers
UCLA's med school didn't fail because it's in the process of implementing a policy
to restrict sales reps from trying to influence students.
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Attention Mental Health Peer Advocate Employees!!!
Your issues are not an isolated matter. WE CARE!
Client Mental Health Employees Network meeting
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08/18/2010 -- MENTAL HEALTH PROTESTORS BLOCK STREET IN FRONT OF STATE CAPITOL AS BUDGET STAND-OFF CONTINUES
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PROTEST and VIGil JULY 22nd 2009

LACCC members joined in protesting deeper budget cuts hitting Mental Health and California's neediest
LACCC members joined in protesting deeper budget cuts hitting Mental Health and California's neediest

Amid thousands of outraged Mental Health Consumers, college students, their families and State workers and physically disabled pledged to fight plans to cut funding proposed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Thousands packed into the civic plaza in front of the Los Angeles County Administration building on Temple Street, downtown.

Lillibeth Navarro, Executive Director of LA IRLC denounce the cuts, part of Gov. Schwarzenegger's proposal to balance the state budget with out razing taxes and in fact the governor has signed a bill that would give the richest residence a permanent tax reduction.

The Stop the Cuts Coalition, backed by the state employee's labor union, contends that when the unwillingness to grow state budgets is a failing of governor.