Tri-City crisis response services will continue uninterrupted even after Benton and Franklin counties voted to get out of the crisis response service business. New providers will be hired to serve Mid-Columbia residents having mental health crises.
Tri-City crisis response services will continue uninterrupted even after Benton and Franklin counties voted to get out of the crisis response service business. New providers will be hired to serve Mid-Columbia residents having mental health crises. File Tri-City Herald
Tri-City crisis response services will continue uninterrupted even after Benton and Franklin counties voted to get out of the crisis response service business. New providers will be hired to serve Mid-Columbia residents having mental health crises. File Tri-City Herald

Benton, Franklin counties backing out of crisis response services

June 30, 2016 06:14 PM

UPDATED June 30, 2016 07:52 PM

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