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October 29, 2013 7:12 PM

NAMI co-hosts mental health discussion

Many attitudes have changed since the Mental Health Act passed nearly a decade ago, but persistent social stigmas still prevent many from seeking help, Merced County officials said Tuesday. Efforts to reduce and eventually eliminate the barriers created by social pressures were the topic of a “community discussion” on Tuesday led by the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Merced County.

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