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CALIFORNIA
The city of San Diego partnered with SAN DIEGO COUNTY to revamp a program that reduces the number of frequent 911 callers, NBC 7 San Diego reported. The Resource Access Program is a mental health initiative that tracks frequent 911 callers and connects them to long-term care by using data to measure a caller’s vulnerability. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, at the microphone, speaks on the topic, surrounded by city and county officials. Frequent callers often suffer from chronic homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse disorders and other medical conditions, he noted.

News from Across the Nation - July 8. 2019


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