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- June 29, 2017, 12:35 am

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🚨Before President Trump’s Inauguration, Republicans in Congress have been laying the groundwork to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act (ACA) 😳. The ACA has been an imperfect but critically important law which led to record numbers of Americans with quality health coverage as well as vital consumer protections, including prohibitions on insurers making people with pre-existing conditions (like diabetes or depression) 💚 pay more for their health coverage. Republicans are trying to pass their “repeal and replace” health care legislation using a complicated process called reconciliation, which allows bills in the Senate to pass with just 51 votes rather than the usual 60 votes, or even just 50 votes if the Vice President breaks the tie 🥊. The Republican health care plan, called the American Health Care Act (AHCA), was passed by the House after a contentious debate in early May. Many were surprised by its deep cuts to Medicaid (health coverage for low-income families and children), its elimination of popular consumer protections against discriminatory insurance practices, and higher health care costs for older and rural Americans 🇺🇸. Since then, Senate Republicans have been trying to secretly and quickly cobble together 50 votes to pass the AHCA, and a broad coalition of stakeholders and Senate Democrats have been working hard to stop them.
As it stands now, the AHCA would make health care more expensive for those who need it most, kick millions off their coverage, and weaken Medicare and gut Medicaid; all this would be paid for by tax cuts for large corporations and the wealthy. The bill would also give insurance companies free rein to charge sick people more for their health care, which would price many of them out of the health care system. Congress’s nonpartisan budget analysts have estimated that 23 million Americans would lose their health coverage over the next 10 years. The over $800 billion 💰 in cuts to Medicaid are also especially egregious as they would threaten needed health care for children, low-income individuals, those with disabilities, and older Americans.
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17.1 Million young people have or have had a diagnosable disorder
50% of mental illness begins before age 14
4,600 young people complete suicide every year

The unfortunate story of millions of Americans impacted by mental illness and disorders is in the numbers. The number of youth in juvenile justice systems, the number of untreated youth, the number of youth suicides – each of these numbers is TOO HIGH.

Change starts by inviting every individual in remission, patient, provider and loved-one to be a part of a sustainable conversation. Each of us needs to say #Iamaware that there is #nostigma in your diagnosis. Then we extend an open mind, heart and hand to someone who needs to hear and see acceptance. Without the stigma treatment becomes a reality and the numbers start to go down.

Get Involved


The opportunity we have to fight for those who cannot is a gift. Lend your voice and muscle to PROJECT 375. Tweet @project375 to let us know how you want to demonstrate #iamaware.

  • Start moodifying on mycounterpane/mentalhealth today
  • Share your story with us through a one on one interview
  • Join our scavenger hunt team
  • Host a Machine Marshall Watch Party
  • Become an authorized distributor of ChatterboxTM fueled by PROJECT PREVENT and the Child Mind Institute
  • Host your very own Paddle Battle house party


Throughout the year we will explore and celebrate eradicating the stigma by bringing the mental health community together. Our 2016 calendar will be posted soon.


There are many ways to give at PROJECT 375. Regardless of your preferred gift experience your money will go directly toward our current initiatives.

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2/3 of all Americans with a diagnosable mental illness don’t seek treatment. Extraordinary progress continues in the development of effective evidence based treatment and care regimes.

Those living with or caring for someone with a mental illness or disorder can be an active participant in their own story.


CALL 1.800.273.TALK


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