Advocate: Nevada children with mental illness need a safety net

10/14/2009 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada lacks appropriate services for children with mental illness, says one advocate for children with special needs. A plan to provide on-call, mobile mental health services to families in crisis was ended because of state budget cuts. Families facing violence from children with mental disorders must take them to hospital emergency rooms or call the police.

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