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Chirlane McCray on what’s next for her ThriveNYC initiative
First Lady of New York City Chirlane McCray discusses what's next for ThriveNYC, her initiative to create a model behavioral health system in New York City. “We have to expand our services. We have to deepen our services, get them embedded in all of our agencies because we know that we only have three and half years left in this term, in this administration," McCray said.
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