Behavioral Health Services for N.H. Kids Lacking Coordination; Bill Seeks to Change That
When it comes to helping children with problems like anxiety, depression or substance abuse, a lot of people become part of the decision-making process. There's often the local school district, primary care doctors, and community health workers -- and sometimes even the courts or DCYF.
At times, a child can get lost in the middle. A bill this session aims to change that by making sure all the parties involved work together to reduce costs and improve outcomes for kids.