Iola UMW learns about mental health center

Matt Stuckey talked about his work with the Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center at a meeting of the Iola United Methodist Women.

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October 13, 2021 - 10:01 AM

The Iola United Methodist Women met at Calvary Sept. 23, where Matt Stuckey gave a lesson on his work with the Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center.

The center encompasses six counties, including Allen, and provides counseling for 540 children with mental or behavioral problems.

Stuckey works with children in Yates Center Middle School, and stresses that mental health is as important as physical health.

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