Governor Blunt has appointed three more people to the Missouri Mental Health Task Force. The three all have ties to the mental health community. Natalie Woods of Springfield is president of the Nevada Habilitation Center Family Support Association. Wendy Buehler of St. Louis is president of Life Skills, a St. Louis-based organization that helps people with disabilities to live independently. Terry Mackey runs Arthur Center, a community mental health clinic in Mexico. A spokesman for Governor Blunt, Jessica Robinson, says the three should supplement the work of the state officials already serving on the task force. Robinson says the governor acted on the recommendation of Lt. Governor Peter Kinder, co-chairman of the task force.
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