26 Apr $94 Million in OT or Universal Access to Mental Health Care?
For three decades New York State has been systematically marginalizing middle class and working poor families who have children with serious mental health problems. This is a truth that the public is unaware of unless you have a child who is refusing to go to school, cutting herself, paralyzed by anxiety, deeply depressed or suicidal. Because mental illness is stigmatized, the reality of the State’s neglect has been obscured from view.
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