Wake County

June 28, 2013 6:50 PM

Wake County hands over mental health services starting Monday

Beginning July 1, Wake County will no longer provide mental health services to area residents. The county is divesting itself of its programs following a 2011 state law that requires mental health agencies receiving public funding to adopt a managed-care approach, which allows private agencies to bid for service contracts.

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