Before It Gets Better: Mental Health Access Legislative Committee

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Members of an appointed legislative committee talk about their efforts to study access to mental health services in South Dakota. Guests point out their findings and what recommendations they will bring to the legislature. They also discuss what areas need more research. Included on the panel: Sen. Deb Soholt, Sen. Alan Solano & Rep. Tim Reed. Art, Music and Eco-therapy videos also shown.

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