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McClendon Center Client Participates in today’s USA TODAY Facebook Live discussion

Earlier today, USA TODAY hosted a Facebook Live discussion about the GOP health plan and its effects on mental health and addiction progress. Linda Rosenberg, CEO of the National Council for Behavioral Health and Samuel Hedgepeth, a McClendon Center client, addressed how “the House Republicans’ Affordable Care Act replacement placement plan would dramatically change who is eligible for free or low-cost health coverage, which critics fear could drastically slash mental health and addiction coverage, which many people got for the first time under the law.” Click on USA TODAY for the full article.

Please note: The sound quality at the beginning is rough (static or no sound) but picks up after a minute or so).