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Nancy Holden, 79, is a retired United Methodist Church minister who pastored at churches in Fargo and across North Dakota for more than 20 years. She’s lived in River Falls on Morgan Road with her husband Doug, who briefly taught history UW-River Falls, for 11 years. Holden has long run a private ministry for the “drug-and-alcohol addictive community.” Since coming to River Falls, she’s also become a Unitarian minister and facilitates two group sessions of Adult Children of Alcoholics.

Organizers envision another free clinic, but with different focus

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A local service group is spotlighting a neglected area of wellness by trying to form a free clinic for those with mental illnesses who can’t afford treatment.

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Coalition for a Compassionate Community, which formed in November 2011 and has hosted publicity campaigns on school bullying and domestic violence, now takes aim at problems of mental health care.

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Phil Pfuehler
Phil Pfuehler has been editor of the River Falls Journal since 1991.
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