Ardmore-area collaborative looks for different approaches in addressing mental health

By Matthew Berger / mberger@ardmoreite.comLONE GROVE — It’s OK to not be OK.This is the message Ardmore Behavioral Health Collaborative is trying to get across to the citizens of Carter County.On Friday, the ABHC hosted an event trying to break the stigmas of mental health issues in Carter County.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Matthew Berger / mberger@ardmoreite.com

LONE GROVE — It’s OK to not be OK.

This is the message Ardmore Behavioral Health Collaborative is trying to get across to the citizens of Carter County.

On Friday, the ABHC hosted an event trying to break the stigmas of mental health issues in Carter County.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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