Dec 4, 2019 By Courtney Collins & Domini Davis KERA News https://www.keranews.org/post/texas-get-funds-improve-suicide-prevention-lifeline
Texas Health and Human Services is getting a financial boost from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline aimed to help more Texans get the mental health help they need.
The $3 million, two-year grant will help the state’s Suicide Prevention Lifeline call centers better respond to residents in crisis by increasing the number of answered calls, reducing wait times and connecting them to local treatment facilities or emergency service centers.
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