County Board: Task force to probe mental health transports
A Beltrami County Board-led task force was charged Tuesday with finding alternatives to transport mental health patients once the Sheriff's Department stops doing so on Jan. 1.
"We can't as a county keep this service going," County Board Chairman Jim Lucachick said Tuesday as commissioners and medical and social services providers discussed alternatives.
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