Murphy Bill Flyer
Here is a flyer you can distribute to promote the Campaign in your community.
Oppose the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Bill flyer 9-21-15

Murphy Bill Infographic
This handy infographic provides an at-a-glance view of the problems with the bill.

Campaign Graphic
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Stop the Murphy Bill
A guide to the House and Senate bills, created by the Western Massachusetts Recovery Learning Community.

Murphy Bill Webinar
The video is available here.

Description: In 2013, Representative Tim Murphy introduced HR 3717, which would have mandated states’ use of involuntary outpatient commitment, defunded protection and advocacy programs, and reduced the funding and authority of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Following pushback from advocacy groups nationwide, Rep. Murphy amended his bill and reintroduced it in 2015 as HR 2646. But how much has really changed? To clear up much of the confusion about the differences between HR 3717 and HR 2646 and to address next steps for advocacy, the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law, the National Disability Rights Network, and The Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania host​ed​ a webinar on August 11, 2015. This webinar also provide​d​ an overview of the Mental Health Reform Act (S. 1945), which was recently proposed by Senators Chris Murphy and Bill Cassidy. 

The webinar feature​d​ presentations from national leaders in the disability rights field:

• Jennifer Mathis, Deputy Legal Director and Director of Programs, Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
• Curt Decker, Executive Director, National Disability Rights Network
• Joseph Rogers, Chief Advocacy Officer, Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania

It was facilitated by Alyssa Schatz, director of the MHASP Advocacy Division.