Promoting access to school-based services for children's mental health

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Mental health issues are widespread among children, but many never receive adequate treatment. One political solution proposed to address this disparity would be to fund mental health services through school-based programs and support collaboration among community and health organizations to address the needs of children. Regardless of whether this policy is implemented, health care professionals have a responsibility to promote access to care and patient health, which may include actively participating in the development of programs to provide services to children with mental health disorders.




Brueck, M. K. (2016, December 1). Promoting access to school-based services for children’s mental health. AMA Journal of Ethics. American Medical Association.

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