NEW Policy Brief: Silent Children’s Mental Healthcare Crisis in New Jersey ‘s Underserved Communities

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NJ is in the midst of a silent mental health crisis concerning some of its youngest residents who are living in some of the most underserved areas of the state. Requisite services are not available in all the areas and this is exacerbating the treatment of mental health challenges for these children and youth. While the state of New Jersey has taken steps to rectify the lack of accessible mental health services for children through our system of care, there are still little to no public educational programs in our communities for parents who must navigate and access these systems.


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