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DHHS invites tweets about solutions for NC’s mental health woes

RALEIGH The state Department of Health and Human Services will hold a “Twitter town hall” at 3:30 p.m. Monday, using the social media tool to gather reaction to the Crisis Solutions Initiative of Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration.

The initiative is described as a new statewide effort to improve mental health and substance abuse crisis services in North Carolina.

Dave Richard, director of the DHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services, will lead the session.

To participate go to www.ncdhhs.gov, or use the hash tag #ncmentalhealth on Twitter. You can also follow the Department on Twitter, @NC_DHHS, to see responses.

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