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Linking Voices to Promote Rural Mental Health

The National Association for Rural Mental Health (NARMH) is a professional organization that serves the field of rural mental health. NARMH’s membership includes the entire spectrum of the rural mental health community: consumers, family members, practitioners, administrators, educators, researchers, and policy makers.

NARMH’s mission is "Linking Voices to Promote Rural Mental Health." NARMH carries out this mission through electronic (website & listserves) and print communication, an annual national conference, participation in national policy making, and special projects.

A unifying force for NARMH has been a focus on rural which includes a commitment to rural people and those that serve them. This belief that rural comes first has allowed NARMH to concentrate its efforts to improve access, availability, acceptability of mental health and substance abuse services and research in rural and frontier areas.

President's Message
Mental Health Parity Bill summary
SAMHSA Awards $27.5 Million in Project LAUNCH Grants to Promote the Wellbeing of Young Children in Communities Across America
Loan Repayment Program.
SAMHSA Accepting Applications for Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant Program
National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services Report 2008
NIMH Strategic Plan
Reimbursement of Mental Health Services in Primary Care Settings
Mental Health Services Should Be More Accessible in Primary Care Settings
Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-TALK) Provides Vital Help to More Than 55,000 Callers in Its First Year.
New CMHS State Mandates Report.
Rural Realities: Self-Employment in Rural America: The New Economic Reality
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