Halpin is right about mental health needs
During the months before the election, amidst both the positive and the negative campaigning, the words of Grundy County Board member Frank Halpin impressed me as he commented on a seldom discussed, somewhat taboo, and often disregarded social issue — mental illness.
When asked by the Morris Daily Herald to identify and address the greatest challenge, besides the economy and job growth, facing Grundy County, he said this: “The increase in health needs mainly mental health due to state closing of facilities and financial restraints locally. Addressing these problems with less state and federal funds is a daunting task that I hope board members can work on.”
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