CBRS worker Maegan Wagner helps Taylor Moore with paperwork at the Boise Public Library on Aug. 14. An adult patient of Idaho Behavioral Health, Moore listens quietly and answers as Wagner reads the questions on a vocational-rehab 
services application.
CBRS worker Maegan Wagner helps Taylor Moore with paperwork at the Boise Public Library on Aug. 14. An adult patient of Idaho Behavioral Health, Moore listens quietly and answers as Wagner reads the questions on a vocational-rehab services application. doswald@idahostatesman.com
CBRS worker Maegan Wagner helps Taylor Moore with paperwork at the Boise Public Library on Aug. 14. An adult patient of Idaho Behavioral Health, Moore listens quietly and answers as Wagner reads the questions on a vocational-rehab services application. doswald@idahostatesman.com

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