is to break down the financial barriers preventing people with severe mental illness from accessing the care and support they need and want.
a system of cost-effective care options for every individual dealing with psychosis, providing support in hospitals, at home, and in their daily lives.
As we move through the experiment of addressing systemic barriers to accessing care, we have modified our approach along the way. Although we started on the individual level, we are now working at the system level. Deeper details are on the Advocacy pages where you can learn more about 988 and Crisis Service reform and funding efforts for Coordinated Specialty Care and PACT.