Dangerous for mental health.
This week, the U.S. Senate is set to vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill.
Not only does the bill
make it harder for people to get psychiatric medications, case management, and mental health services, some people with mental illness will lose their coverage entirely.
Graham-Cassidy Bill by the Numbers
More than 32 million people would lose coverage nationwide.
1 million people in Pennsylvania would lose coverage.
Pennsylvania would lose $6 billion by 2026 and $131 billion by 2036.
The Graham-Cassidy Bill also places caps on Medicaid funding, which will force states to cut services and eligibility, harming children and adults with mental illness.
Sen. Bob Casey
Sen. Pat Toomey
and tell them to
on the Graham-Cassidy Bill.
NAMI is nonpartisan. We support policies that help people with mental health conditions and their families.