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Inadequate state children's mental health structure hampers chances for improved care

(Springer) State agencies charged with the treatment of children who have mental health and substance abuse conditions are missing out on opportunities to improve care. They are unable to capitalize on chances to advance prevention, care coordination and integration with primary care, according to a national survey of state agency directors. The findings are published in the latest issue of The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research.
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