Bradley Crable

Santa Barbara County mobile crisis clinician

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According to the Santa Barbara Independent  , a sheriff’s deputy and a mental health outreach worker found 16 weapons after visiting a potentially suicidal 27-year-old man at his home…

Finding alternatives to jail for the mentally ill

According to the Santa Barbara Independent , a sheriff’s deputy and a mental health outreach worker found 16 weapons after visiting a potentially suicidal 27-year-old man at his home…

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