May is mental health awareness month and a local group is using this month to promote their new website.
The DeWitt County Mental Health Board, commonly known as the 708 Board, has never had a web presence before and Sharon Mills says they are excited about its rollout and having a place for the community to go to find more information.
Mills explains the Mental Health Board helps to provide funding to area agencies that are aimed at providing support to residents that battle mental health issues.
The DeWitt County Mental Health Board supports area agencies through about a half-million dollars of funding from a tax levy through DeWitt County.
To find the Board on the web, visit dewittcountymhb.com or find them on Facebook.