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  • Help coming for KC's most difficult mental health cases

    Outreach case manager Amy Shaffer has been working to help to stabilize the Kansas City Police Department's Top 10 problematic mental health cases. Throughout the summer, Shaffer and KCPD Crisis Intervention Team members have been looking for those who are chronic cases or a danger to themselves or others.

Outreach case manager Amy Shaffer has been working to help to stabilize the Kansas City Police Department's Top 10 problematic mental health cases. Throughout the summer, Shaffer and KCPD Crisis Intervention Team members have been looking for those who are chronic cases or a danger to themselves or others. Jill Toyoshiba, Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star
Outreach case manager Amy Shaffer has been working to help to stabilize the Kansas City Police Department's Top 10 problematic mental health cases. Throughout the summer, Shaffer and KCPD Crisis Intervention Team members have been looking for those who are chronic cases or a danger to themselves or others. Jill Toyoshiba, Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star

Hitting the streets to help KC’s 10 thorniest mental health cases

October 18, 2016 8:00 AM