On Wednesday the Alaskan House of Representatives voted to restore $284 million in funding vetoed by governor Dunleavy. Specifically, the bill restores $110 million in funding for the University of Alaska. The university funding would help preserve the PhD Program in Clinical-Community Psychology. The program was specifically created to meet the behavioral health needs of Alaska. Any cut to the program worsens the existing lack of mental health providers in the state. Please tell your Senators to vote yes on HB 2001 to help preserve the only APA-accredited psychology doctoral program in Alaska.
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