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Help and hope available through Douglas County’s Mental Health Initiative

Watch Commissioner Lora Thomas discuss resources in Douglas County

Posted on January 22, 2022 2022Breaking NewsHealth and Human Services



You may know one of the nearly 500 individuals who are on a path to healing – instead of at the ER or in the criminal justice system – because of the work of Douglas County’s Community Response Teams in 2021. Or maybe you or someone you know needs them now.

Learn more about this program – and other resources of the Douglas County Mental Health Initiative – from Commissioner Lora Thomas.

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