The Joseph A. Toy Center at the Bluegrass Regional Mental Health-Mental Retardation Board, 1351 Newtown Pike, is named for the agency's former director, who worked as a consultant and ran Bluegrass's for-profit subsidiary.
The Joseph A. Toy Center at the Bluegrass Regional Mental Health-Mental Retardation Board, 1351 Newtown Pike, is named for the agency's former director, who worked as a consultant and ran Bluegrass's for-profit subsidiary. Lexington Herald-Leader
The Joseph A. Toy Center at the Bluegrass Regional Mental Health-Mental Retardation Board, 1351 Newtown Pike, is named for the agency's former director, who worked as a consultant and ran Bluegrass's for-profit subsidiary. Lexington Herald-Leader

Non-profit mental health agency tight-lipped about its for-profit arm

June 03, 2012 12:00 AM

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