The need and opportunity to expand substance use disorder treatment in school-based settings

Explores the unmet need for substance use disorder (SUD) treatment among youth, its consequences, and the opportunity to address this gap due to the expansion of behavioral health services to school-based settings under the Parity and Affordable Care Acts.

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Advances in School Mental Health Promotion
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