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Faith in Healthcare
Weekly e-publication lifting up inspiring examples of faith community healthcare & advocacy--and calls to action.
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Stuart Mora Jun 21
. is proud to be in the fight for People are dying & you're responsible.
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T1International Jun 20
We’re excited to see speeches from Charity Ambassador , Chapter Leader , and members Sa’Ra Skipper and Taya Keeler, as well as from .
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KOI#insulin4all Jun 20
Today, we stand in solidarity at the hdqtrs of Eli Lilly w/ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & those in the Tri-State who have suffered needlessly as insulin prices climb without transparency or restriction.
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 20
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 20
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“I believe that education on mental health issues is a form of social justice for all communities.”
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 20
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“My faith tells me that, when one of us is suffering, it is like all of us are. We are all in the same boat. Mental health does not discriminate, we know that.”
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 20
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“In everything we do, we try to counteract the notion that mental health issues are something to be ashamed of. We started this work addressing this in our own Muslim community, but then we saw that other communities deal with shame and hiding, too.”
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 20
“Most people experiencing mental health issues believe they must hide their experiences. And this perpetuates the idea that trauma or depression, or even illnesses like bipolar disorder, are some kind of weakness.”
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 20
In this week’s issue of Faith in Healthcare : Five-Question Interview w/ Dr. Rukhsana Chaudhry, , a psychologist and Director of Mental Health Programming for
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 13
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 13
In this week’s issue: The brave advocacy by persons of faith with Type 1 diabetes, taking risks so they can help others & bring attention to insulin price-gouging.
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 6
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 6
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(A version of this article by our editor was first published earlier this week in the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette.)
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 6
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15 governors have taken Trump up on his invitation. They ignored decades of data, expert analyses, and court rulings showing the harm their plans will cause. Maybe they will pay more attention to these four stories that show the true human suffering they will be responsible for.
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 6
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Now, his administration has encouraged states to impose work requirements on Medicaid, a radical departure from the program’s intent and practice, and one destined to separate millions from the coverage for their medicines and care.
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Faith in Healthcare Jun 6
In this week’s issue of Faith in Healthcare: Pres. Trump remains intent on sabotaging the ACA, especially its signature success of expanding Medicaid coverage to millions of Americans across 37 states.
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Joan Alker May 30
Nearly 1M kids losing Medicaid/CHIP coverage cannot be explained away by the economy. It’s more likely the result of pulling up the “welcome mat” and making it harder for families to enroll eligible children. 1/4
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Hannah Katch Jun 3
beneficiaries are more likely to have barriers to work - like chronic health conditions, or a lack of jobs in their neighborhood - than people with private health insurance, new research from shows:
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Bonnie Castillo May 30
When a loved one dies unnecessarily, simply due to the inability to pay for care, that disrupts families and communities. Check out my new blog: Is 'disruptive'? Not more than medical bankruptcy or death.
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PA Churches Advocacy May 30
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