GATESVILLE — Coryell County commissioners on Monday adopted two resolutions seeking state help to provide more and better mental health care to Central Texans — including military veterans — who may end up in jail because of a lack of treatment facilities.
One resolution asks the Texas Health and Human Services Department to increase the capacity of mental health care services in the six-county Regional Healthcare Partnership Area No. 16.
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