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2016 has been a year of flux in the political system. For the first time in 11 years, the Republicans control both houses of Congress and the presidency, which means big political changes for the Unites States, including in the mental health and addiction realm. President-Elect Donald Trump is busy appointing his staff members and proposing […]

Congress passes sweeping new behavioral health bill

On Nov. 30, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the 21st Century Cures Act, a bill that has existed in various forms since 2014. The new measure invests $1 billion in state grants to assist in the fight against the opioid epidemic and includes several mental health provisions. These provisions include establishing new government […]

A Year in Review: Sovereign Health’s 2016
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Sovereign Health is one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. – and 2016 was proof. With a host of new treatment programs, the opening of a new facility and other exciting developments, Sovereign has accomplished quite a lot over the past year. Here are some of our most impressive achievements: Sovereign goes to Texas Early […]

Sovereign Health’s most notable campaigns of 2016
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Sovereign Health has spearheaded a wide range of communications projects in 2016, including awareness campaigns, breaking news coverage, guest article contributions, editorial content packages and updated websites. Our staff continues to provide insight, support and information to help fuel the conversation on behavioral health. Here’s a look at our top 2016 crusades. The State of […]

Thawing relations highlight Cuba’s ambivalent past with mental health

Fidel Castro, who ruled Cuba as prime minister or president for a total of almost 50 years, passed away on Nov. 25, 2016. Perhaps the longest-lived foe of the United States, Castro’s rule saw an attempted invasion, a close call to nuclear war and, if some sources are to be believed, some 600 assassination attempts. […]

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