01132020 calmattershomelesstf pMental health advocates were hoping to see more funding for board-and-care homes, peer mental health workers and child behavioral health services in the recent budget.

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0922 recycle pGov. Newsom's proposed budget has more than $80 million dollars to get students eating healthier. This includes money for school nutrition, training service workers how to cook more nutritious meals and establishing a Farm To School Grant Program.

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