Ill. school examines needs of hospitalized teens

12/19/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A high school in Chicago has formed a task force to help students transition back to school after hospitalizations. The initiative is part of the school's focus on students' mental-health needs. The school has nine counselors, four psychologists and two social workers who provide services at a drop-in center, and staff members are considering additional ways to help such students reintegrate into school life and catch up academically.

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