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Local Group organizing: meeting Friday to discuss Crisis Center for the mentally ill and others.


A local group of concerned citizens is organizing to push for a regional, Coordinated Crisis Response Center in Benton and Franklin Counties.  The workshop will be held Friday morning (June 8, 2018) at Claude Oliver’s office in the Tri-Cities Realty Group, 1919 N. 20th Avenue, Pasco, Washington. Please join us if you can.


The Crisis Center is needed to prevent tragedies such as the shooting death of a young man (believed to have been mentally ill) for throwing rocks at police, as well as other local tragedies. For more information contact

Claude Oliver (https://www.facebook.com/claude.oliver.54) or

Frank Lockwood  https://www.facebook.com/FrankEllworthLockwood.


Meanwhile, please sign the petition if you have not done so: https://www.thepetitionsite.com/726/478/841/demand-that-bentonfranklin-counties-washington-build-the-crisis-center-now/?taf_id=56528886&cid=fb_na#bbfb=551104669




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