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Wednesday June 22, 2022 (1 week, 2 days ago)


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YARMOUTH -The Yarmouth Police Department has received $120,000 in grant funding from the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health for FY23 to support our mental health initiatives. This is the 6th year the DMH grant has been awarded to the Yarmouth Police Department since FY18. The original grant award of $60,000 was used to hire one […] The post Yarmouth Police receive $120,000 grant to support mental health initiatives appeared first on CapeCod.com.

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