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Ga. settles suit, pledges to fix community-based mental health care

Ga. settles suit, pledges to fix community-based mental health care
October 19, 2010 --

Georgia today agreed to expand community care to keep thousands of people with mental illness out of its substandard, and sometimes deadly, psychiatric hospitals. The agreement settles a 3-year-old lawsuit brought by the Justice Department after my pals Andy Miller (left) and Alan Judd at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution rolled out a shocking series of stories about the state’s failures in mental health care.

Oct. 19

October 19, 2010 --

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