Haylee Kalick and her father, Bruce Kalick, in Weston, June 29, 2017. Haylee, 21, has not been committed to a hospital psychiatric ward in more than two years. Before Haylee qualified for Medicaid, she was institutionalized against her will under Florida’s Baker Act nearly 20 times, Bruce Kalick says. Now he worries that cuts to Medicaid proposed by Congress would send his daughter spiraling back to instability.
Haylee Kalick and her father, Bruce Kalick, in Weston, June 29, 2017. Haylee, 21, has not been committed to a hospital psychiatric ward in more than two years. Before Haylee qualified for Medicaid, she was institutionalized against her will under Florida’s Baker Act nearly 20 times, Bruce Kalick says. Now he worries that cuts to Medicaid proposed by Congress would send his daughter spiraling back to instability. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com
Haylee Kalick and her father, Bruce Kalick, in Weston, June 29, 2017. Haylee, 21, has not been committed to a hospital psychiatric ward in more than two years. Before Haylee qualified for Medicaid, she was institutionalized against her will under Florida’s Baker Act nearly 20 times, Bruce Kalick says. Now he worries that cuts to Medicaid proposed by Congress would send his daughter spiraling back to instability. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com

Medicaid cuts in health bill threaten mental healthcare for Floridians

June 30, 2017 01:17 PM

UPDATED July 05, 2017 06:29 PM

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