Public input sought in MHRB Stakeholder Survey


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Residents of Warren and Clinton Counties can offer their insights into mental health and substance use disorder services with the new Stakeholder Survey for the Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties.

“We’re always looking to make things better, and we know the people we serve have ideas that can be of help to that end,” said Colleen Chamberlain, MHRB executive director. “We encourage everyone who wants to have a say to tell us about their ideas in this survey.”

All residents can access the survey at the board’s website, mhrbwcc.org. Simply click on the homepage link to access the survey. It will be available until October 31.

About MHRBWCC

The Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRB) is the local board of mental health and addiction services for residents of Warren and Clinton Counties.

MHRBWCC plans, funds, monitors, and evaluates services and programs provided by various agencies that care for residents living with mental health and addiction issues.

For more information, visit mhrbwcc.org.

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