Every year for the last four years, Jay Glynn, CEO of Charlotte County Behavioral Health Care Inc., and his colleagues have gone before state and local government bodies armed with data, hoping that public funding for the various mental health and
substance abuse programs run by Charlotte Behavioral Health doesn’t get slashed. But every year, Glynn said, his agency is forced to do more with less.
“We are at the point now where we are going to have to close services,” Glynn said. “There is only so much you can do when the money isn’t there.”
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