Virginia Trotter Betts, MSN, JD, RN, FAAN, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, received the AIM Life Achievement Award in Mental Health for 2008.
What does MHDD stand for?
MHDD stands for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
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- Missouri Housing Development Commission
- Multi-Hole Directional Coupler
- My Hard Drive Crashed
- My Hard Drive Crashed Again
- Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services (Linn County, IA)
- Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Addictive Diseases (Georgia)
- Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services Division
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- Martin Haswell Digital Imaging (UK)
- Mayne Health Diagnostic Imaging (Beerwah, Queensland, Australia)
- Minnesota Health Data Institute
- Municipal Human Development Index (socioeconomic indicator)
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CHEP, the global leader in pallet and container pooling services, announced today the company has donated 30 new mountain bikes to the Florida chapter of Devereux, an organization providing mental health and developmental disabilities treatment to over 12,500 children and families annually in Florida.
In 1999, he filed an amicus curiae ("friend of the court") brief in the Supreme Court on behalf of the State of Oregon and 58 former state commissioners of mental health and developmental disabilities from 36 different states in support of two mentally retarded women institutionalized against their will by the state of Georgia in the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) case, Olmstead v.