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Final call for tomorrow’s Crucial Conversation on serving people with mental illness

It’ll be close to a full house at tomorrow’s NC Policy Watch Crucial Conversation (“No more excuses: Building a 21st Century system for serving people with mental illness”),but a few seats remain and it’s not too late to register.

The event will feature Josh Norris, Director of Advocacy for The Georgia Advoacy Office. Georgia is a state that’s already wrestled with many of the issues confronting North Carolina in the process of transitioning from an institutional service model to a community-based system. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more about this critical subject!

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