Grays Harbor Mental Health Care Workers Avoid Strike

OLYMPIA, Wash. – No strike today for Behavioral Health Resources’ 220 mental health care workers, CEO of BHR John Masterson tells us BHR and the union have reached a tentative agreement pending member ratification that will extend the current labor agreement through March of 2013. Behavioral Health Resources is the primary provider of mental health services in Thurston, Mason and Grays Harbor Counties.