Improving Access to Children’s Mental Health Care: Lessons from a Study of Eleven States

“With the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act aiming to expand coverage for critical mental health services, a new study by children’s health policy experts at the George Washington University Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (CHHCS) shows that meaningful improvements will also require state and local governments to address the systemic impediments such as the underdeveloped state of these services across the U.S.

Improving Access to Children’s Mental Health Care: Lessons from a Study of Eleven States

Improving Access to Children’s Mental Health Care: Lessons from a Study of Eleven States, March 2013

Source: Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (2013).



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