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CSEA Executive Vice President Mary E. Sullivan speaks during a news conference calling for a reality check on New York state's mental health policies. From left, Public Employees Federation President Susan Kent, Sullivan, CSEA Treasurer Joseph McMullen, and CSEA Secretary Denise Berkley. Albany County Sheriff Craig D. Apple, and several other sheriff's from across the state, also spoke.

CSEA Executive Vice President Mary E. Sullivan speaks during a news conference calling for a reality check on New York state’s mental health policies. From left, Public Employees Federation President Susan Kent, Sullivan, CSEA Treasurer Joseph McMullen, and CSEA Secretary Denise Berkley. Albany County Sheriff Craig D. Apple, and several other sheriff’s from across the state, also spoke.

Groups seek reality check on New York’s mental health policies and resources
Representatives of CSEA, PEF and the New York State Sheriffs’ Association are calling for a reality check on New York state’s mental health policies and resources.
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