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NWF’s New Collaborative Program with Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

Feb Tue, 2023, See more: Mental Health,Substance Use

Members of our NWF Health team met to outline our new collaborative program to help mitigate the criminality of behavioral health problems in Jackson County. What a great meeting!

(Pictured from left to right: Sheriff Donnie Edenfield (Jackson County Sheriff’s Office), Stephanie Culbreath (New Outreach Coordinator), Christy Bertera (Criminal Justice Specialist), George Baston (Director of Program Development), and Mike Kemp (Law Enforcement Liaison).

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