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Posted: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 8:30 pm

A state Human Services Department administrator who has been at the center of this year’s behavioral health system shake-up resigned Wednesday to take a job in Philadelphia.

Diana McWilliams, acting director of the Behavioral Health Services Division and acting CEO of the New Mexico Behavioral Health Collaborative, told The New Mexican that she has been hired as the chief executive officer of a nonprofit that deals in behavioral health and child welfare services.

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  • Michelle Meaders posted at 9:23 pm on Thu, Dec 19, 2013.

    Michelle Meaders Posts: 9

    "The contracts with the Arizona firms expire at the end of the year."

    I thought they had already been renewed: again, sole source, no-bid.

     
  • Fred Stokes posted at 11:23 am on Thu, Dec 19, 2013.

    fredstokes Posts: 138

    The problem is that the system is corrupt in ways that won't change with providers. However New Mexico journalism is so pathetic that reporters will never take the trouble to genuinely investigate.

     

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