A new Web site up. Public hearings announced. The Mental Health Task Force is getting down to business. Lt. Governor Peter Kinder says the Mental Health Task Force wants to hear from Missourians as it reviews how well the state serves the mentally ill. The Missouri Department of Mental Health Web site now has a link to the Mental Health Task Force, both to explain the work of the task force and solicit public comments. Kinder urges people to use it. The Task Force also will begin public hearings this week. Thursday, the Task Force will be at the Metropolitan St. Louis Psychiatric Center in St. Louis. Friday, the Task Force crosses the state for a meeting at the Western Missouri Mental Health Center in Kansas City. Hearings are planned later for Cape Girardeau, Kirksville, Springfield and Joplin.
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