A Path to Meeting the Medical and Mental Health Needs of Unaccompanied Children in U.S. Communities

Examines the barriers unaccompanied children face to accessing medical and mental health care—including those related to official policies, the complexities of the U.S. health-care system, and individual and community factors—and highlights promising practices that some regions have adopted to address these barriers. 

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