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Mental Health Services Provided Across State Government Agencies

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This report describes efforts to improve coordination and financing of mental health services through better cooperation across substance use disorder agencies, as well as criminal justice and other state agencies. It discusses benefits, challenges, facilitating factors, and implementation steps.

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SMA09-4464
Publication Date
October 2009
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