GATESVILLE — Coryell County commissioners are working with the Central Counties MHMR on a four-year project to improve services for adults in psychiatric crisis who too often wind up in emergency rooms and jail cells.
“Fewer county residents will be sent to the state psychiatric hospital system for short-term mental health crisis and fewer persons experiencing a mental health crisis who commit minor crimes will be sent to jail,” said Eldon Tietje, director of the Central Counties MHMR.
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