more than 30 years, the community-based system of alcohol, drug
addiction and mental health services has given help and hope to millions
of our most fragile citizens. We have used preparation for the future
as the touchstone for all our system development decisions.
In the 1960s, the states, faced with a crisis of insufficient resources,
large numbers of patients, the development of new medications, the
demands for individualized treatment and the call for patients’
rights, looked to their communities for the solution--and communities
accepted the difficult challenge with a remarkable and enduring sense
Read the full history here!
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