As Wake County Funds Behavioral Health Care, Officials Worry About State and Federal Cuts

As Wake County Funds Behavioral Health Care, Officials Worry About State and Federal Cuts

Wake County is holding steady on its commitment to helping people with behavioral health problems, but a growing population and shortfalls in other funding sources means the need keeps growing.

At a four-hour work session Monday, county commissioners and officials including Regina Petteway, director of Wake County Human Services, and District Attorney Lorrin Freeman asked questions about the work that’s getting done and the gaps that need addressing.…

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