99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
MENTAL HEALTH
BillSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1243Bangert, GretchenHB 1243
 4334H.01I - Establishes a presumption that an emergency worker diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder incurred the disorder in the course of employment as an emergency worker
HB1451May, KarlaHB 1451
 4960H.01I - Prohibits the use of electroconvulsive therapy on children under 16 years of age
HB1698Washington, BarbaraHB 1698
 5311H.01I - Designates July as Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
HB1707Green, AlanHB 1707
 5201H.01I - Changes the laws regarding notice requirements for when a patient is admitted to a mental health facility
HB1747Wood, DavidHB 1747
 5564H.01I - Extends the expiration date on various federal reimbursement allowances
HB1970Fitzwater, TravisHB 1970
 5766H.01I - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness
HB2141McCreery, TracyHB 2141
 4707H.02I - Prohibits mental health professionals from engaging in conversion therapy or sexual orientation change efforts with minors
HB2205Helms, SteveHB 2205
 5883H.01I - Allows licensed professional counselors to be reimbursed for mental health services provided to eligible adults under MO HealthNet
HB2217Walker, Cora FaithHB 2217
 5991H.01I - Establishes the "Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Board"
HB2295Helms, SteveHCS HB 2295
 6085H.03C - Allows certain physician assistants, assistant physicians, and advanced practice registered nurses who are licensed under chapter 334 to provide psychiatric treatment to certain mental health patients
HB2354Frederick, KeithHCS HB 2354
 6173H.02C - Requires the department of higher education to promulgate rules establishing the Coordinating Board for Mental Health Issues in Higher Education
HB2381Sommer, ChrissyHB 2381
 6288H.03I - Designates May as Mental Health Awareness month.
HB2384Barnes, JayHB 2384
 6177H.01I - Changes provisions for mental health care coverage
HB2509Hannegan, TomHB 2509
 6441H.01I - Provides that a person cannot be sentenced to death if he or she raises the issue that he or she suffered from a serious mental illness at the time of the commission of the offense
HB2611Smith, CodyHB 2611
 6376H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to inspections of residential treatment facilities and day programs by the Department of Mental Health
HB2636Reiboldt, BillHB 2636
 6619H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal proceedings involving persons lacking mental capacity
HB2740Curtis, Courtney AllenHB 2740
 6588H.01I - Requires employers of first responders to provide employee assistance programs
HCB15Frederick, KeithHCB 15
 6522H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to opioids
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