CenterPoint finances face scrutiny |

CenterPoint Human Services plans to reapply by the Saturday deadline for state permission to continue overseeing local behavioral-health services, but some local officials worry how the agency will resolve concerns about its finances.

CenterPoint’s first application to oversee services was rejected by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services in July because a consultant questioned CenterPoint’s financial liquidity, information technology and clinical operations.

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