Mental health needs of children and youth: The benefits of having schools assess available programs and services

Shares how continuous evaluation and assessment of school's mental health programming can benefit students, families, schools, and communities. This issue brief describes how the Mental Health Parity Act, the Mental Health Reform Act, and Medicaid provide ways for schools and communities to offer services for those in greatest need.

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