North Dakota lawmakers get report on ‘crisis’ in behavioral health services
BISMARCK – The ball is now in the North Dakota Legislature’s court to fix what a consultant identified as major gaps in behavioral health services, including a "crisis" in the western part of the state, where population growth has more people seeking treatment from providers struggling to find workers.
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