The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Kansas City is closing this month after 36 years, forcing the mental health community and the many people who have relied on the organization for help to find other programs and services to fill the gap.
Concerns about National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Kansas City closing
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