MADISON (WKOW) -- Wisconsin's State Senate approved a slew of bills Wednesday.
A dozen of them dealt with mental health.
One provides $250,000 to create mental health crisis teams.
Another sets aside $1 million for a consultation hotline for kids and teenagers.
A third provides $1.5 million in grants to encourage mental health professionals to practice in underserved areas.
These bills go to Governor Walker.
A separate bill approved allows more people to contribute to Edvest accounts which is the state's college savings program.
This goes to the State Assembly.
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