Mental health care for young children difficult to find

06/1/2009 | WMUR-TV (Manchester, N.H.)

A survey of parents, health care providers and preschool educators in New Hampshire found thousands of young children don't get treated for mental health problems because services are unavailable or difficult to find. The New Hampshire Association for Infant Mental Health study showed 70% of physicians said they lacked adequate information about early childhood mental health issues. Only 20% of physicians reported having expertise in the area.

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