CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Officials are approving a resolution in support of an increase in funding for mental health systems in the 2022-23 state budget. Centre County approves more funding for mental health systems

Resolution 8 of 2022 was approved by the Centre County Commissioners during Tuesday’s meeting. This follows a 2012 budget cut of $500,000 that impacted mental health services, and commissioners are looking to restore that.

Having the funding can help expand mental health services in county schools and rural communities.

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It’s also reported that the county has seen an increase in crisis services at its walk-in center.