For most people, buying well-fitting clothes that look right is simple. A person goes to the store, searches the racks and finds pants, shirts and jackets that fit and they purchase them. Getting suitable clothing for the institutionalized mentally ill is not so simple, said Dotty Harle, who described the ill-fitting donated outfits that she and others living in adult residences in New York State rely on.
Legislature Approves Additional Mental Health Funding
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