Tuesday, January 14, 2014

“We wait for tragedy sometimes to bring us to the point of doing something.”

A proposed joint subcommittee stands at the center of a clearly 
defined focus on mental health services in Virginia less than two months after tragedy shook the state capital.
Sen. R. Creigh Deeds, D-25, whose son was treated for bipolar tendencies before ultimately stabbing his father and killing himself, is the chief patron of Senate Joint Resolution 47, which seeks to establish a nine-person subcommittee to study the mental health services in the commonwealth.
Read the article here:Legislators revisit mental health services - Henrico Citizen

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