Volunteers will bridge services gap for individuals with disabilities

06/5/2012 | Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.), The

Officials in Tennessee are working to encourage volunteerism across the state to help fill budget-related gaps in services for children and adults with disabilities. "Government is never really going to be able to supply all the needs of the people. We are struggling to maintain the services we have," said Jim Henry, head of the state's Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

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