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Hurricane-ravaged Florida district to receive $1.25M for mental health services

A statement from the district said “we are sincerely grateful to every single person and agency who is playing a part in our recovery. Our needs, however, continue to outweigh the support we have and so we will continue to try to leverage all of the resources possible to serve our children, their families and our employees.”

And while the additional funds will provide relief for the district, a survey released this week by Rebuild 850, a coalition of organizations encouraging reinvestment in the region, shows that many residents in the rest of the state assumed that life in Bay County had returned to normal a long time ago.

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