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Democrat Buttigieg Aims To Save Millions Of Lives Through Mental Health And Addiction Services

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Democrat Buttigieg Aims To Save Millions Of Lives Through Mental Health And Addiction Services

Democrat Buttigieg Aims To Save Millions Of Lives Through Mental Health And Addiction Services

U.S. presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg (D) wants to prevent 1 million deaths from addiction and mental illness by 2028.

Under a plan he released on Friday, Buttigieg is focused on tackling the country’s opioid and substance abuse crisis.

Reuters reports, Buttigieg would require insurance companies to provide mental health and addiction treatment.

Buttigieg believes that by increasing access to mental health and substance abuse treatment more will seek help.

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