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Debate over mental health services continues as Gallatin County seeks new provider

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Behavioral health care — and who should provide it — has been up for debate in Gallatin County for eight months.

Gallatin County cut ties with a provider for crisis stabilization and emergency detention, two crucial unfilled gaps in service for mental health care, opening the door for new or reimagined services.

But, stakeholders, like the county, the hospital and other providers, and local mental health advocates can’t seem to agree who should be providing those services.


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Juliana Sukut can be reached at 582-2630 or jsukut@dailychronicle.com

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