Today’s youth are exhibiting mental and behavioral health problems in growing numbers, and the system is ill-equipped to deal with the surge. Nationwide Children’s Hospital hopes its $158 million solution will expose a dilemma that has multiplied in the dark.
Sarah was bright, but shy and socially anxious. She didn’t talk much to her Westerville classmates. She was in a gifted elementary program, which only made her feel separation from her peers. It was more than that, though; she felt like Read More
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