Thrive urges lawmakers to pass legislation aimed at improving mental health care

THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH executives and board members mingle with state lawmakers at a legislative breakfast held April 8 at Thrive’s Hillsgrove Clubhouse in Warwick. / COURTESY THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
WARWICK – Executives at Thrive Behavioral Health and members of its board of directors met with state lawmakers earlier this month to discuss Rhode Island’s growing mental health needs and challenges faced by those working in the behavioral health field. Thrive also pushed state leaders to pass several proposed measures that it says would help…

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