Bill Proposes Mental Health Aid for Military Families

· Apr. 5, 2010, 3:59 pm

Mental health counselors in Colorado Springs say a growing number of soldiers' families are coming in for treatment. But the military doesn't always pay for the care they need. A bill in the Colorado legislature would provide state money to bridge that gap. Ryan Warner talks to Sharon Raggio, chief operating officer of Pikes Peak Behavioral Health Group.

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