By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Six contracts totaling $288 million have now been approved to manage the care of delinquent youths in Wayne County, Michigan over the next three years. The contracts for the juvenile justice privatization initiative were awarded to five Care Management Organizations (CMOs) throughout the county including Growth Works, Black Family Development, Central CMO (a partnership of Ennis Center for Children, Don Bosco and Spectrum Human Services), Bridgeway (a partnership of Down River Community Guidance and Southwest Detroit Community Mental Health . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Six contracts totaling $288 million have now been approved to manage the care of delinquent youths in Wayne County, Michigan over the next three years. The contracts for the juvenile justice privatization initiative were awarded to five Care Management Organizations (CMOs) throughout the county including Growth Works, Black Family Development, Central CMO (a partnership of Ennis Center for Children, Don Bosco and Spectrum Human Services), Bridgeway (a partnership of Down River Community Guidance and Southwest Detroit Community Mental Health . . .
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