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"A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members.” - Mahatma GandhiThere is no dispute that a person’s strengths or weaknesses are a result of their health. With healthcare becoming one of the leading issues on the minds of Americans today, Montana Healthcare Foundation (MHCF) envisions a measurably healthier State through improving access, education, research, and public policy. MHCF is committed to uphold this promise to the residents of Montana and govern by the guiding principle that everyone benefits from better health.
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Montana can take practical and cost-effective steps to address its growing substance abuse crisis, according to a new report released today by the Montana Healthcare Foundation and the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, and authored by national experts at Manatt Health.
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An independent report released today projects that over 71,000 newly insured Montanans could lose access to medical care, and that the state could lose over $284 million in critical health care funding if Congress repeals the Medicaid expansion.
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Many children in Montana are exposed to adverse events such as economic hardship, domestic violence, and substance abuse. An emerging body of research links the experience of these Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) to health and well-being across the life span. This report aims to better understand and quantify the use of emerging best practices to better support those struggling with ACEs in health and human services settings, with a focus on education.