Report shows ‘major service gaps’ in treating North Dakota’s mentally ill
FARGO — Untreated mental illness ending in suicide. Parents giving up their children so they can receive proper psychiatric care.
Those are among the problems documented by an independent review of behavioral health services in North Dakota that found “major service gaps affecting all, or most, citizens” seeking help.
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