Sonoma County Applies For Additional Funds for Mental Health and Homelessness Services – September 19, 2018

Sonoma County could soon see a boost in funding for homelessness and mental health services.

The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors has approved a proposal for 1.3 million dollars in state money for mental health programs and to aid the homeless. Reporter Adia White sat down with Sonoma County Director of Human Services, Karen Fies. They talk about how big of a difference this could make for those in need.

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