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Local Georgia Police Chief Travels with Carter Center Mental Health Program in Liberia

Moultrie, Ga., Police Chief Frank N. Lang Sr. recently traveled with the Carter Center’s Mental Health Program to Liberia where he helped train local law enforcement officers on how to support people experiencing a mental health crisis. Read more about Chief Lang’s work with The Carter Center in The Moultrie Observer >

Chief-Lang-at-graduation-of-cliniciansMoultrie, Ga., Police Chief Frank N. Lang Sr. presents a clinician’s badge to a new graduate of the Carter Center’s fifth class of locally trained and credentialed mental health practitioners in Liberia during graduation ceremonies held in August 2013. (Photo: The Carter Center)

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    Nathalie Ejiogu Smart on October 10, 2013 at 12:07 pm

    Thanks to The Carter’s Foundation unceasing efforts and resources, Liberia is making headway in the treatment of their mentally ill population. The country needs this service, especially in light of the damage done to the country and it’s people during their 14 year brutal civil war. Thank you President Jimmy and Eleanor Carter, and your Foundation for all you do for mental health around the world.

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