Hogg Foundation News, 2005, Fall, Vol. 41
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This issue of the newsletter from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health contains articles about the Hogg Foundation seeking proposals for integrated healthcare, the documentary "Are the Kids Alright?" winning an Emmy award, and the foundation seeking entries for the Mental Health Reporting Award, as well as news notes and a list of foundation grant recipients.
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