Missourians with mental illnesses face decreases in services and prescriptions after Governor Bob Holden proposes budget cuts. An 18 percent state budget cut would leave thousands of adults with severe mental illness and children with severe emotional disturbances without psychiatric help. That, according to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. The organization fears the budget cuts could be particularly harmful to children.
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