Mayor Briley Announces New Federal Funding to Increase Access to Behavioral Health Services in the Community

NASHVILLE (August 30, 2019) – Mayor David Briley announced today – the eve of International Overdose Awareness Day – that Nashville has received $500,755 in federal funds to further help address the city’s behavioral health and substance use crisis. The funds, awarded to three community-based health care providers, will be used to link persons experiencing behavioral and substance use issues to integrated care and mental health services. 

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Jay Sheridan