Houston schools struggle to provide mental-health assistance

11/29/2010 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Budget reductions and scarce resources are keeping Houston schools from offering a full stable of mental-health services that many children need, health officials warn. Only a small number of schools offer such programs, and many of those that do have had to lay off nurses and other health practitioners because of budget constraints.

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