Supervisors push for universal mental health care in San Francisco

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Several supervisors announced on Tuesday “Mental Health SF,” which is a plan for a universal mental health care system for the city.

The plan would create a 24/7 treatment center for anyone who needs help, including substance abuse.

It will be added to the November ballot for a vote by the people of San Francisco. 

Supervisor Matt Haney, one of the sponsors, joined KRON4 to talk about the proposal.

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