Bush Budget Winners and Losers

Stoil, Michael J.
May 2001
Behavioral Health Management;May/Jun2001, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p9
Examines how the Fiscal Year 2002 budget proposal of United States President George W. Bush would affect the mental health services in the country. Decrease in federal budget for the mental health services of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Increased federal funding for the Targeted Capacity Expansion grants for substance abuse services; Increase in the budget for mental health-related research institutes.


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