We’re sat down with Adriana Ruelas and Adrienne Shilton on this week’s episode of The CAP·impact Podcast to talk about a number of mental health bills that the Steinberg Institute is working on this year. This week is part one of the conversation, we’ll part two for you next week.
I was initially inspired to seek out having this conversation after the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. While that was the original impetus for the conversation, we also talked at length about the homelessness crisis in California.
This week, we talk in depth about AB 1436 and SB 1004 as well as briefly touch on AB 2018 and SB 906.
You can learn more about the individual bills that we talk about in the links above, and you can learn more about Steinberg Institute and the work they do here.
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