The future of WRAP, the Lawrence school district’s in-school mental and behavioral health program, remains up in the air for the 2022-23 academic year.
The Douglas County Commission on Wednesday approved a new emergency health order for people experiencing homelessness, aimed at minimizing COVID-19 exposure.
Updated at 11:04 p.m. Friday: Starting Saturday, there will be no federal legal protections in place to stop evictions, which could mean a lot of people will lose housing. If you’re at risk in Lawrence, here are some resources to help.
For some students in Lawrence, learning will continue in June, with a special focus on personal, social and character development.
“We as businesses, having access to resources and network connections, must do our part to reach a collective solution to the rapid increase in mental illness,” Nate Morsches writes.
Starting next month, Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center will add about 18 operating hours per week. The center will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. most weekdays.
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