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"Facebook me" and "Tweet me" are phrases that have become part of everyday life. But is social media controlling the way we feel? Full story...
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With the state's mental healthcare system struggling, finding affordable, adequate care can be challenging. But thanks to a special partnership, a first of its kind crisis clinic is up and running in Brunswick County, offering free, mental healthcare to those who need it. Full story...
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The mental health system in southeastern North Carolina has been suffering financially for more than a year now. But can a new administration in Raleigh fix a problem that many people in our area say is unfixable? Full story...
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For some time now, Southeastern Center for Mental Health has been struggling financially. One local provider has seen the impact on his patients and caregivers alike. Full story...
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Southeastern Center for Mental health is scrambling to make up for its budget shortfall. Hundreds of disabled clients depend on its services. State Sen. Julia Boseman wants to find out what's behind the budget crisis. Full story...
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