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Olmsted County Adult & Children's Mental Health Local Advisory Council

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Organization: Olmsted County Adult & Children's Mental Health Local Advisory Council

Sector: Government Agency

Organization Mission: "To promote mental health wellness and recovery as a positive inclusive experience, and work to enable families and consumers to be integral parts in the development and delivery of these services" The Council seeks input from consumers, family members, mental health service providers, and others about the needs of adults and children with mental illness living in Olmsted County and reports its recommendations regarding the local mental health system to the Olmsted County Community and Social Services Advisory Board.

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Lvl 1: Aging ; Children & Youth ; Health

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Community Health Impact area: Mental Health

 

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Organization Life Cycle Assessment:

Steady

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