More than a month after moving in, employees of a county agency cut the ceremonial ribbon at its new building on Friday and showed about 150 visitors around. Refreshments and an open house followed the Madera County Behavioral Health Services ceremony at 209 E. 7th St.
“This is very exciting for Behavioral Health Services. We have been trying to find a new building and get into a new building for many years. We’re very happy that we finally found a new home,” said Janice Melton, who is a licensed clinical social worker and director of Behavioral Health Services.
Behavioral Health Services staff were also thankful for their new offices and credited Melton for them.
“You’re looking at some very happy staff, coming off of Road 28 for all those years. This building is fabulous and it’s thanks to Janice. She got us in here,” said Margaret Graham, an administrative analyst II...