Mental Health Initiative
At its September 8, 2020 meeting, the Davidson Board of Commissioners stated the need to look at the mental health of the community and make it a priority. Davidson Police Chief Penny Dunn and Parks and Recreation Director Leslie Willis created a committee of health professionals, clergy, residents, mental health organization representatives, and school representatives to look at the mental health of the community and ways to incorporate resiliency. The committee met on October 13, 2020 and formulated a plan with action steps to move forward.
Davidson must be a safe place to live, work, and raise a family, so the town will work in partnership with the community to prevent crime and protect lives, property, and the public realm.
The physical, social, and intellectual well-being of Davidson citizens is fundamental to our community, so town government will provide and encourage enjoyable, safe, and affordable recreational and cultural lifelong learning opportunities.
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