Godlewski brings mental health plans to Sturgeon Bay

Making sure you have the mental health help you need, whether you are a farmer, a veteran, a mom, or anything else, was part of the plan touted by State Treasurer and U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Godlewski on Monday in Sturgeon Bay. She met with local providers and community leaders as she did earlier in the day in Green Bay to listen to the mental health challenges the state is facing. Stopping by the NEW Radio studios on the way to the meeting, the Democrat said her plan to streamline licensing procedures for mental health professionals and increase federal funding to hire counselors for public schools came from listening to people as she has traveled the state.

Godlewski wants to win the Democratic nomination in a crowded field to try and replace incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson.


You can click on the link to listen to our full interview with Godlewski. 

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