New Hampshire closes school for children with mental-health needs

09/4/2009 | Concord Monitor (N.H.)

In an effort to save about $1.4 million, lawmakers in New Hampshire closed Concord's state-run Tobey School, which had provided residential services and daily education for children with severe emotional and behavioral issues. Opponents of the closure argued that the school had been the last resort for many students and that it served to provided stability for children with severe mental-health needs.

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