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A 46-year-old Tucson woman is facing a felony charge in connection with a bomb hoax that led to a large evacuation Thursday in midtown.
Pima County has a new website that lists resources for people who want help with behavioral- and mental-health issues for themselves or others.
Pima Community College’s south campus is adding a program in behavioral health specialist training that it says will prepare graduates to enter the workforce in six to nine months.
PHOENIX - The board responsible for protecting the public from bad counselors and nonmedical therapists is too slow to handle complaints, state Auditor General Debra Davenport said Friday.
A downtown Tucson café was recognized Monday for its program to reintegrate people with serious mental illness into the workforce.
Behavioral health agencies La Frontera Arizona, Inc. and La Paloma Family Services Inc. have merged.
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