In a policy brief released this week, the California Children’s Trust said the state’s mental health system for youth is disjointed, messy, and overly focused on treating mental illness rather …
The CCCBHA is hosting their Fall Policy Forum on Oct. 11, 2018 to discuss the policy and funding issues facing state behavioral health agencies.
The key challenges at the heart of our state’s struggle to provide the behavioral health services kids need. Read Full Article at the Chronicle of Social Change
Please join us in Los Angeles on Sept 25th. Invitation and RSVP here. The California Children’s Trust together with The Children’s Partnership and The Chronicle of Social Change invites you to learn about and contribute to a discussion on strategies to transform mental and behavioral health for California’s children and families.
In California, there are vast inconsistencies in funding and services among counties.
An initiative is afoot that seeks to use a confluence of events to push for a revolution on children’s mental health in California.
Read full article at Chronicle of Social Change.
In California, the state’s key program for providing mental health treatment to low-income children and youth under age 21 serves just a fraction of those estimated to need help, statistics show.
Read full article at California Health Report.