Southeastern Mental Health needs more money
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Southeastern Mental Health is having a hard time making ends meet again. The agency is out of money to pay it's service providers. Southeastern asked New Hanover County commissioners for two million dollars to get them through the fiscal year. This money would come out of the five million that had been put aside for a new mental health facility. The center's director, Foster Norman, said getting a cash influx is the only way they can continue to operate.

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There should be money going to this place. WWAY do a story on what all this place does for people there are vetran that come back from war that are in need of help and this place provides it. Without this they are on the street. WWAY, WECT, Star news. look into what this place does to help people and get behind what they do. ANd get the money into it. we owe it the veterans and those who can't help their selfs.