2 thoughts on “Coordinated Response to Mental Health Emergencies ‘Saves Time, Money, and Lives’

  1. Kudos to Haven for Hope and all our community organizations who have planned and organized and worked together to make San Antonio better, safer, and more fiscally responsible.

  2. This is a bandaid. While initial funding to support first encounters for a mental health crisis is a good step where is the plan for the continuation of care? Access to free therapy, rehab services and medication will be where the change really occurs. I work with the homeless community. Mental illness, addiction and no access to quality care is the biggest contributor to homelessness and needless visits to the ER sometimes because they are just in need of a meal or a few hours of shelter.

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