New Regional Behavioral Health Action Organizations. Stamford Advocate, 12/31/17. Click here to read. Connecticut has delayed a controversial plan to consolidate agencies addressing mental health and substance abuse. The plan, slated to take effect March 1, will eliminate the state's five regional mental health boards and 13 regional action councils, which focus on substance abuse, and create five new agencies to tackle both issues. The new boards will be called Regional Behavioral Health Action Organizations.
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