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HB 1669, 86th Regular Session
Relating to increasing and improving the mental health and substance use disorder workforce in this state and increasing the capacity of local mental health authorities to provide access to mental health services in certain counties.

Last action: Returned from the House for further action

Author: Eddie Lucio III
Sponsor: Eddie Lucio, Jr.

Companion:

SB 429 (Similar)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (TLC)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION
Human Services--Direct Assistance
Labor--Workforce Development
Mental Health & Substance Abuse
RURAL
STATEWIDE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COORDINATING COUNCIL

House Committee: Public Health (Senfronia Thompson, Steve Allison, Garnet Coleman, James B. Frank, R. D. "Bobby" Guerra, Eddie Lucio III, Evelina "Lina" Ortega, Four Price, J. D. Sheffield, John Wray, Bill Zedler)
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Lois Kolkhorst, Dawn Buckingham, Donna Campbell, Peter Flores, Nathan Johnson, Borris Miles, Charles Perry, Beverly Powell, Kel Seliger)

Index to Sections Affected

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