Posted by The American Conservatives on Monday, September 18, 2018 03:14:24 The Conservative movement has been fighting for years to end the war on mental health.
Since its founding in 1964, the American Conservative Party has advocated for a repeal of the Mental Health Parity Act and the Federal Prison Reform Act.
As we celebrate National Mental Health Awareness Day, we can look to the Conservatives for inspiration.
On Monday, the organization’s website posted a video by American Conservative Media director Ben Shapiro.
In it, Shapiro discusses the importance of promoting mental health, especially for men and women of color, and he describes how a conservative organization can make an impact on the mental health issues affecting people of color.
In the video, Shapiro mentions the work of the American Conservatives and how it has made a difference in the lives of men and people of different races and ethnicities.
In a previous article, we talked about how the American Conservatism and the American Family Association, which together run over 500 churches across the country, have also been working on ending the war against mental health among people of all races and religions.
As the National Coalition Against Cures (NCAC), which is also a conservative think tank, pointed out in an email to The American Center, the group has not endorsed any specific policy positions.
NCAC has a wide range of programs and resources for people of faith.
It is a nonprofit organization that focuses on promoting science-based medicine, education and prevention.
NCACC has also supported organizations like the National Council on Mental Illness and the National Alliance on Mental Retardation, which is funded by the Kochs.
The American Conservative movement began with a group of conservative politicians in the 1960s.
Today, the conservative movement encompasses nearly a quarter of the Republican Party and is a significant voting bloc.
The American Conservations goal is to “defeat the liberal war on our children.”
In 2018, the Conservative Movement reached its largest single-day total in history with over 5 million participants.