GATESVILLE — Workers started moving furniture into the newly renovated north wing of the Coryell County MHMR building last week, but opening the eight-bed mental health services center to clients is still at least a month away.
“We are still getting appliances and furniture and fixtures,” said Eldon Tietje, executive director of Central Counties Services, the Temple-based agency that provides mental health services for Coryell, Bell, Hamilton, Lampasas and Milam counties.
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