The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration yesterday awarded $250 million in grants to expand access to mental health and substance use disorder treatment services through Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics. The grants include $115 million in COVID-19 relief funds, $77 million in American Rescue Plan funds and $58 million in annual appropriations.

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