Meeting will help clear up confusion on mental health reform – Burlington Times News

Cleon Currie has heard many times the complaints providers and clients have about the changes the mental health system in North Carolina has experienced — and continues to experience — as part of an ongoing overhaul.

“Everybody seems to be upset,” Currie said. However, he added, there doesn’t seem to be any local effort to make those concerns heard by those who can do something about it.

He and his colleagues at A Pathway Community Support Services LLC in Burlington want to change that. The agency, which Currie presides over and which provides community support teams to adults in crisis situations as well as outpatient therapy, is organizing a mental health town hall meeting Tuesday.

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