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Susan McParland

Executive Director

MACED

HQ Phone:  (859) 986-2373

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MACED

433 Chestnut Street

Berea, Kentucky,40403

United States

Company Description

MACED serves Kentucky and Central Appalachia, with a focus on the 51 Appalachian counties of Kentucky as designated by the Appalachian Regional Commission. MACED works so that Appalachian communities are better places to live. We partner with local people to...more

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Executive Director

Michigan Association for Children


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Michigan Association for Children with Emotional Disorders

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Susan McParland, Esq.
Executive Director \n This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Susan McParland has been Executive Director of MACED since February, 2001.Prior to that time, she was a public interest lawyer at Michigan Legal Services for 16 years, three of those years she served as director. usan specialized in welfare law, Medicaid law, mental health law, rights of confined individuals and juvenile rights. he has litigated several cases involving the right to adequate mental health services for children, adults and incarcerated individuals.


Michigan Association for Children with Emotional Disorders - MACED

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Susan McParland, Esq.
Executive Director susan@michkids.org Susan McParland has been Executive Director of MACED since February, 2001. Prior to that time, she was a public interest lawyer at Michigan Legal Services for 16 years, three of those years she served as director. Susan specialized in welfare law, Medicaid law, mental health law, rights of confined individuals and juvenile rights. She has litigated several cases involving the right to adequate mental health services for children, adults and incarcerated individuals.


Juvenile Justice Project to Benefit Michigan Children - MedicalNewsService.com

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"Too many children are being detained and incarcerated because they exhibit behaviors linked to their illness that are mistaken for delinquent acts," said Susan McParland, Director of MACED."These children are vulnerable to physical and sexual assault, self-injury, and suicide.They suffer serious interruptions in school and deterioration in their health status," McParland said.


Articles of Interest - Gongwer News Service, September 5, 2002

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Susan McParland, attorney for three patients with mental illnesses and four associations that represent such patients, who had intervened in the lawsuit, said the new formulary causes irreparable harm because in many cases it deprives mentally-ill persons of needed medications because those drugs are expensive and the manufacturers have not agreed to the state's supplemental rebates.
"In reality the process is daunting," Ms. McParland said of the preauthorization process. And she said the process requires that patients first try and fail on drugs not requiring pre-approval before they can be approved for other medications. "Mental health consumers are required to fail first and experience serious side effects 100 percent of the time," she said.


Court Upholds Michigan's Medicaid Prescription Drug Program

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Susan McParland, attorney for the Michigan Association of Children with Emotional Disorders, told the Associated Press a decision on an appeal was not yet made.
"I'm disappointed because of what's at stake here. We know so many of the consumers are being injured because of these policies," she said .


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