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Boswell Regional Center, a
Mississippi Department of Mental Health program in Magee, Mississippi recently unveiled a new look to its website,
http://www.brc.ms.gov. The redesigned website features a fresh modern look and easier to locate navigation.
“The primary goal of the redesign is to reflect the new direction of our program. A direction intended to provide the individuals and families we serve with many new choices,” said Steven Allen, Director of Boswell Regional Center. “Our website is an important tool that allows us to showcase our services, history and programs. We are very excited about the future of our program and feel that the redesign will help us achieve our goals for years to come.”
Boswell Regional Center was established over 35 years ago and is one of five regional facilities in the state established to treat those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Boswell operates under the
Mississippi Department of Mental Health, which provides a continuum of care and services for thousands of Mississippians with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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