Hogg Foundation News, 2010, Fall, Vol. 46, No. 3
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This issue of the newsletter from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health contains articles about the conference "A Call to Action: Achieving Mental Health, Recovery, and Wellness Together," foundation grants to create policy fellowships in Texas, extension of the Bilingual Scholar Program, author Pete Earley speaking to policy makers about criminalization of mental illness, the East Texas Mental Health Leadership Network, and a doctoral course on integrated health care for underserved families, as well as notes on staff activities and awards.
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