Gov. Brian Kemp says helping students with mental health issues will make schools safer, and he’s putting money behind that idea. His proposed amended... Kemp links school safety, students’ mental health

Gov. Brian Kemp says helping students with mental health issues will make schools safer, and he’s putting money behind that idea. His proposed amended FY2019 budget includes $8.4 million for the Georgia Apex Program, which brings mental health professionals into public high schools to supplement the counseling services they already provide.

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