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News - August 31, 2018

County partners with El Camino for teen mental health care

New contract brings valuable intensive services to Medi-Cal families

by Kevin Forestieri

Children and youth from low-income families in Santa Clara County will now have access to a rare niche of intensive after-school mental health services, after the Board of Supervisors approved a contract with El Camino Hospital this month.

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