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News - August 2, 2019

State launches $50M program for school-based mental health

Bevy of recent bills boost the role of school districts in health care, suicide prevention

by Kevin Forestieri

The California State Legislature is calling on local school districts to come up with new ways to fill big gaps in mental health care for children and teens, setting aside $50 million this year for schools willing to try new ways of detecting and preventing mental illness through campus-based services.

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