Task force's mental health review begins
WOODSTOCK – A task force could spend up to a year looking for ways to help strengthen the safety net for people with mental health problems.
Or at least to come up with ways to prevent more social service agencies from collapsing, as Family Service and Community Mental Health Center did in June.
The Community Behavioral Health Safety Net Task Force met for the first time Thursday. Made up of members of the County Board, Mental Health Board, law enforcement, health care and community groups, it plans to investigate the impact of Family Service’s closure, the condition of the safety net, and make recommendations next year to improve it.
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