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Mental Health Parity

Posted Wednesday, December 20, 2006

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Health insurers used to have a mind-body split - break your leg and you're probably covered; fighting chronic depression, and you're on your own. That is, until now. Both the Senate and House have passed mental health parity legislation and Governor Taft is poised to sign it into law. We'll find out what it means for your mental health. Speaking of which, have the holidays got you down? Help is on the way. Join us for The Sound of Ideas, Wednesday morning at nine on 90.3.




Mental Health Parity - Lynn Olman, former State Senator; Bill Denihan, CEO, Cuyahoga County Community Mental Health Board. Holiday Blues - Dr. Michael McKee, Cleveland Clinic psychologist; Dr. Vera Camden, Kent State University psychoanalyst.

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