Gov’t urged to take firm actions to address mental health issues

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Government officials are being urged to back up recent promises on the issue of mental health issues with action by assembling a national task force in the wake of last week’s double homicide allegedly carried out by a homeless vagrant at Bishop’s Court, St Michael. President of the Barbados Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH) Kemar […]

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