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Advocates: NY must invest more in housing for mentally ill

Advocates for New Yorkers with mental illness say the state is falling behind on investments in community housing for this vulnerable group. Legislators have scheduled a hearing Monday to examine … Click to Continue »
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The Montana House has given initial approval to a bill to stop the state releasing mentally ill patients from the Montana State Hospital into the streets or to homeless shelters. … Click to Continue »

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