EverThrive IL strongly opposes further budget cuts in the current fiscal year (FY18) and next fiscal year (FY19) as the Illinois health and human service sectors have been cut to the bone over the past decade, leading to instability in Illinois' safety-net, job loss, and lost human potential. We continue to call on the Rauner administration and the general assembly to work together to identify revenue solutions and other ways that allow Illinois to invest in the health of its children, women and families.
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EverThrive Illinois has provided written testimony for the Illinois House Mental Health Committee Subject Matter Hearing on Mental Health in Schools. This testimony spoke specifically about the impact School Health Centers have on students and families.