Valley News: Broken, but fixable, New Hampshire's mental health system
The state’s failure to provide appropriate care to residents suffering from mental illness has brought needless hardship to people who already face more than their fair share of difficulties; imposed additional burdens on their already-stressed families; and overtaxed institutions such as courts, police departments and hospitals that have been forced to deal with the consequences.
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