Assembly Member Devon Mathis stands outside the Visalia Veterans Memorial Building after holding a news conference to complain that the Department of Health and Human Services Agency has dropped the ball in providing substance abuse services information to veterans.
Assembly Member Devon Mathis stands outside the Visalia Veterans Memorial Building after holding a news conference to complain that the Department of Health and Human Services Agency has dropped the ball in providing substance abuse services information to veterans. Lewis Griswold lgriswold@fresnobee.com
Assembly Member Devon Mathis stands outside the Visalia Veterans Memorial Building after holding a news conference to complain that the Department of Health and Human Services Agency has dropped the ball in providing substance abuse services information to veterans. Lewis Griswold lgriswold@fresnobee.com

Devon Mathis: State’s substance abuse service for veterans falls short

November 10, 2015 07:21 PM

UPDATED November 11, 2015 10:50 AM

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