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    Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications Executive Director Rich Guidice answers questions during a budget hearing Friday. 

    Employees in Chicago’s 911 response center are “very excited” about a co-responder pilot program the city launched to send combinations of mental health professionals, paramedics, police officers and substance abuse clinicians to residents experiencing mental health crises, the office’s leader said Friday. 

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    • Kathleen Powers
      commented 2021-10-04 07:53:06 -0500
      It’s substance use, not substance abuse. Been that way for at least 4 years.
    • Erin Hegarty
      published this page in Chicago News 2021-10-03 23:07:35 -0500