Trisha Malott County Auditor Anderson Fights Off Primary Challenger Malott By Eric Stock & Ryan Denham • Mar 17, 2020 McLean County Auditor Michelle Anderson survived a rare primary challenge of an incumbent countywide officeholder, defeating Trisha Malott. She’s now headed for a three-way race in November. McLean County Triage Center To Open Monday By Breanna Grow • Mar 13, 2020 Breanna Grow / WGLT Starting Monday individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis can seek help at the McLean County Triage Center in downtown Bloomington. McLean County Auditor Candidate Emphasizes Collegiality By Darnysha Mitchell & Charlie Schlenker • Mar 5, 2020 Charlie Schlenker / WGLT McLean County Republican auditor candidate Trisha Malott said she wants to build relationships between the auditor's office and other county office holders and department heads. McLean County Auditor Field Becomes Crowded By Charlie Schlenker • Nov 20, 2019 Woodard campaign There are now four people from three political parties who want the job of McLean County auditor in next year's elections. McLean County Mental Health Programs Start To Take Shape By Eric Stock • Nov 14, 2019 Staff / WGLT McLean County is ramping up funding for mental health services as several new programs begin to take shape. Malott To Run For County Auditor, Setting Up Possible GOP Primary By Mary Cullen • Oct 30, 2019 Mary Cullen / WGLT McLean County Republican leaders say it’s time to address the “troubled auditor’s office.” They think Trisha Malott is the answer. McLean County Plans For Adolescent Mental Health Outpatient Program By Mary Cullen • Jun 14, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT A new McLean County initiative hopes to assist in young adults’ transition from psychiatric hospitalization back into the community. McLean County FUSE Seeks To Expand Mental Health Access By Eric Stock • May 15, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT One of McLean County's new programs aimed to address mental health is a step closer to reality. No Easy Answers At GLT Forum On Youth Mental Health By Ryan Denham • Feb 13, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT Only a multipronged approach to mental health care will meet the needs of young people who are growing up in the age of smart phones and high expectations, according to a panel of experts who spoke at Tuesday’s GLT Community Conversation.