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Posted: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 12:00 am

George Stahl/Special to the Sun

In a 2008 study commissioned by Kern County Mental Health, (KCMH) data was gathered throughout the County on the impact and use of methamphetamine in Kern County. As a result of that comprehensive study, KCMH contracted with Dr. Dixie King of Transforming Local Communities to organize a task force whose prime objective was to help equip local communities with the tools they need to develop strategic plans, unique to their areas, to reduce the effects of meth. With the backing of 4th District Supervisor, Ray Watson, The Kern County Methamphetamine Reduction Task Force has been operational since 2009.

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